Record for 2012 for L. williamsi
12 offspring, 5 females, 5 males, 2 died
68 average time for female to hatch
63 average time for male to hatch
Incubated room temperature, variable 78º-85º f day / 77º - 70º f night
Legend: #assigned number, sex, hatch date, f=found and op = oviposition, days to hatch.
#5 female 2/12/2012 f 12/4/2011 70 days
#6 male 7/30/2012 op 6/5/2012 55 days
Updated 03-31-2013 at 05:42 PM by LLDG
i was thinking of getting some but i want to know how to tell the genders
Any ideas on which is the best method in creating a humid hide for a 10 gallon tank for a leopard gecko??
Well back to the lighting situation i had yesterday, i went and exchanged the 200 watt light to a 75 watt light and the temperature seems to stay at steady 91 degrees which is very good! My gecko doesnt seem to be bothered by it, and actually likes to just chill outside of its rock and bask, mainly just sleep lol. But something else i was concerned about was creating a humid hide for her. My tank is only a 10 gallon so there isnt that much space, so if anyone could please tell me a proper solution
I just recently purchased a 100 watt basking bulb for my leopard gecko, which is in a 10 gallon tank. She seemed a lot more active when the heat rose, and i was quite happy to see her like that. But i'm a little afraid to leave the light unattended due to the excessive heating, it reached 95 degrees and hasnt really got hotter. As long as i have the light on while im home, is it ok to have on? I also have a smaller lamp with a 60 watt red bulb for night time heating and a under tank heat pad. My