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    Hey guys,

    Just wondering if everyone keeps their breeding groups together year round, or is there any need to separate (not including exceptional circumstances) them for part of the year?

    The species I'm mostly referring to are the Japanese species and G. Luii.

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    Justin Morash
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    Hi Justin,

    I keep all my Goni pairs/trios together all year round. I normally see signs of mating behaviour from April onwards for Luii, slightly later with the Orientalis.....
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    Thanks! Good to know!
    -Justin Morash

    Specializing in Aeluroscalabotes, Goniurosaurus, Pachydactylus and a variety of geckos from Madagascar, New Caledonian and Australia.

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    Been keeping mine in pairs year round with no ill effects, they stop breeding on their own when the weather cools down here around September/October and start again on their own around March/April for me.

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    All season for me too

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    Like others I keep them together in pairs and trios all year. Japanese species will normally lay between May and October.

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