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    hey all i'm a noob breeder with currently 2 hypo leo's geckos and and 2 lavender leo's and i'm getting my 1st pair of frog eyed geckos in 2 days u got any tips how 2 breed them and care for them(also any thips with leos would be nice) if you wanna e-mail me with tips my heres my addy arron_108@hotmail.com


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    Well I was under the impression that they breed if you cycle them with a winter. Theres a Desert Lizards book with a chapter by Tim Tyle and it mentions what you need to do if you track it down.

    Mine are breeding, but they are new and it's not likely do to anything I did.

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    kk thanx whats there breeding temperment (and noraml temperment) like is it any diffrent to leopard geckos (i got 1 breeding age male the 2 females have 2 catch up a bit in age) and hes failry arrgressive in his "pick up" attitude. and i've check over most care sheet (on the web) and it dosnt tell me anything about burmantion (srry i'm disleixic) and how 2 incubate the eggs for frog-eyed geckos .

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    Well there is still the bite when they mate. However before that the male comes up and gently rubs the females head with his snout. Temps for incubation are in the 80's I beleive. The lowest I saw was 82 I think the highest 88. I'd need to check the book though to be sure.

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    ok thank you ! are they able to be handled? and whats the moister level for the eggs?(also a quik question is it possible to breed a hypo lavender morph leo gecko?)

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    could any one tell me anything about the T.Roborowskii frog-eyed gecko ect
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    Well mine show climbing tendency. They are also somewhat active basking in the day. They each have there own hide. No they are not handlable in that you can grasp them. I have moved mine around by gently nudging them or allowing them to climb onto my hand and putting them in a deli cup.

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    kk i ment in handling as: are they aggresive and wil they attack? is it better to use a heat mat or lamp? because my local breeder says it dosnt matter realy
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    Mine don'y but I've heard others will. You can't handle them in the usual since since the skin can break away.

    I know a lot of people say it doesn't matter. I use a lot of lamps because I have heat problems in winter.

    You could probably replicate the breeders setup.

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    kk ty do they need u.v at all?
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