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    I'm thinking about getting a pair of Texas banded geckos. I was thinking of letting the Texas banded geckos naturally breed and incubate. Also I have excavator with sand, it's about 60% clay and 40% sand. I also lined the warm side with Eco Earth, so would a heat mat work then? I will have a moist hide, warm and cool hide. Will all this work?

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    can you post a picture?
    [I]* Morelia spilota harrisoni * Morelia spilota mcdowelli *Liasis olivaceous olivaceous * Blaesodactylus boivini * /I]

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    Looks like geckocrazy's 68 gallon texas banded tank, will post pic tonight

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    Here are the pictures of the tank with a comparison of the other Texas banded gecko tank.
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    so I added 2 cactus species and removed the spines that face outward and could poke the banded gecko.

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    Hello?

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    What's going to happen with the cactus species when they grow new spines?

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    Ill trim then

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    Okay, I am bringing back this thread. It's been 2 years filled with many hours, days, weeks and months of research. I had a mite problem so the tank has to be redone and set outside to kill of the mites. I just got the soil for the cactus and succulents with a sand/gravle cap. Im thinking of putting a heat mat on the back with a ceramic heat emiiter above a rock pile. I have a nice section of Cholla and old boards to replicate a picture I found from Califoniaherps picture online. Heres the progress of the tear down, the mesh didnt work as well as I hoped.
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    Good luck with it. If you want to write about how you did this (with pictures and explanation) Gecko Time will publish it. PM me if you want article guidelines.

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