hello guys. i just started out on this forum to try and find out my geckos morph. she's just a little guy yet and of course most pet stores sell in bulk so i dont know the morph. ive googled and youtubed and such but still unsure. help please????
Updated 04-27-2012 at 02:56 PM by Velvet
Hi, I'm Rayne!
My female leo layed her first egg today- it was infertile. If you have any tips please give them to me!
Re: U.S. Phelsuma cepediana breeding project
Postby Leann@daygecko.com Ľ Wed Jan 19, 2011 9:36 am
2010 - Update
The co-op has four keepers still working cooperatively on cepediana in the U.S. One of the original keepers traded his stock to a keeper outside the co-op but that keeper has shown interest in trades.
The co-op is an "at will group" but everyone is urged to continue to working together. I believe this co-op is a model of how
You asked me earlier how old until I can tell if a juvenile is male or female. I just ID a male from my 2008 offspring. It was about four months old and the femoral pores were very distinct - it's a boy! =D>
The back pattern of the male is not complex. Again, maybe a clue to sex id of the young.
On the age thing, I am wondering what other people have noticed about when reproductive age ends in this species. It seems short compared to other species Iíve worked with, and that might be part of the problem with keeping the species going in captivity.
For females, at what age do they quit producing eggs? Last year my oldest female (5 years old) was with the male (in rotation) the same as the two younger females (3 years old), but laid no eggs, so was probably too old.