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Palex134
03-01-2006, 09:27 PM
any pics? How long do eggs take to incubate? What temps should the cage be at? There is not much on them? How many clutches a year? Thanks

LGRep
03-02-2006, 01:06 PM
We're hoping to have a few this year, but I think there's another forum member who's been breeding them for awhile. I've been told to leave the eggs in the cage and that they lay many, many eggs. :)

kansasboy22
03-02-2006, 05:33 PM
The mourning geckos are easy to care for the temp range is from 69-85, the eggs take around 60-80 days to hatch, after 8-10 they can lay eggs they lay 1 ro 2 eggs every month, hope this helps, there is another member who has had them longer than me her name is Elizabeth i've only had mine since last Aug. but have had 10 eggs layed and 5 hatched. :D




Lee

kcgeckoguy
03-02-2006, 08:58 PM
I have leguberus also. I have had to raise them up from babies and havent even had them a year. So far they have layed lots of duds but the last two are finaly firtile (nice and pink). I have been told to leave the eggs in the cage and the will be fine. Keeping them similar to P. laudicata should do the trick.

Elizabeth Freer
03-03-2006, 02:14 AM
The mourning geckos are easy to care for the temp range is from 69-85, the eggs take around 60-80 days to hatch, after 8-10 they can lay eggs they lay 1 ro 2 eggs every month, hope this helps, there is another member who has had them longer than me her name is Elizabeth i've only had mine since last Aug. but have had 10 eggs layed and 5 hatched. :D


Hi Lee ~

Thanks for sharing and spreading the know-how about Lepidodactylus lugubris!

kansasboy22
03-03-2006, 04:38 PM
Your welcome Elizabeth, Kcgeckoguy just wondering do you live in ks.








Lee