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    Default Eublepharis macularius


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    i just wanted to add that it is prefferable to have two dark hides. one on the warm side, one on the cool side. but it is next to impossible to fit all that in a 10 gal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by @marko@ View Post
    i just wanted to add that it is prefferable to have two dark hides. one on the warm side, one on the cool side. but it is next to impossible to fit all that in a 10 gal.


    I agree. And the answer to that is, if you can't fit all of the required needs into a certain size housing, then that size is probably not truely big enough.
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    Default Great article

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    I agree, a 10 gallon is goos for juveniles but not for adults. A 20 gallon is the minimum, but a 20 gallon long is perfect.
    Just a couple things i would like to add:
    1- vary the diet. use silkworms, butterworms, and for adults, super worms, goliath worms, and hte ocasionnal pikny mouse.
    2-you shouldnt house a make and female together because excessive breeding will stress the female. just introduce her once and she will have enough sperm to go through the breeding season.

    but overall its a good basic caresheet, just a bit more info is needed and some corrections to be made.
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    Hi. i am relatively new to keeping reptiles and have been keeping a leopard gecko for the past six months as i was told they were the best for begginers.
    I still enjoy my lizard but feel confident enough to take on another and would like to know if there are any other species compatible with mine.
    thanks.

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    Best reptile to spend your money on. Easy to keep not hard to find and you enjoy every minute of them.

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    hey fat-tailed geckos are another great type of gecko, cousins with the leopard geckos. I'd go and buy maybe two more leopard geckos depending how much you enjoy them.

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    so im con fused someone said she might have an infection and someone says she burned herself which one is it?

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    Default weight for gravid leopard geckoes


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    creams weight is 28.5g is that ok and wot is the ideal weight for her to drop her eggs thanks

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