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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshMason17 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by rtbaum View Post
    I've had lined-day geckos for a while now. A terrestrial hide is not necessary. My geckos, and yours, are arboreal primarily. In their native habitat they are found in a range of habitat, from banana plantations to thorny forests. They have a definite preference for bamboo, ghost wood, cork, bromeliads, and any large leafed plant.

    My guys have established their own hiding places and territories in my enclosures, usually in the strangest places. The original female lives behind the fan housing, her mate likes the back side of an orchid plaque (the orchid died long ago). The point is, Do provide it with hides and foliage. I find that the more secure these arboreal day geckos feel...the more likely you will see them basking. Mine have become relatively comfortable with my gawking at them, this years batch of youngsters actually come to see me....especially when food is involved.
    Thanks for clarifying! That's what I thought but I wasn't sure. My gecko hides quite a bit, usually on the opposite side of his bamboo bars, or behind the exo terra vines. He comes out more lately however, and today I was able to have him sit on my hand! He also did come out for food immediatley for the first time today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acpart View Post
    Pothos: If it gets too extensive, just cut it off right below where it's developing new roots and you can either toss the piece or plant it somewhere else.

    Aliza
    Sounds good! Thanks!
    1.0.0 Gold Dust Day Gecko (Named: 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance, or 15 for short)

    1.0.0 Fire Belly Toad (Named: El Sapo, like El Chapo because sapo is Spanish for toad)

    0.1.0 Yellow Bellied Slider (Named: Rose)

    1.0.0 Mutt Dog (Named: Wally)

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