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    i dont want to sound pushy but ive talked to a veterinarian about dusting feeeders and was told just lightly dust them, never have excess around, consuming too much can cause problems such as gout and organ toxicity. so just in concern of your gorgeous lil guys! you take such lovely pictures they are really cool geckos

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    thanks for the warning, wasn't to sure about it and that first day. cut down on it alot believe me so i'm hoping that should be ok.
    Roy
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    1.1.0 Leopard gecko
    2.5.10 Crested gecko (R. ciliatus)
    1.1.0 Malaysian cat gecko (A. felinus)
    1.1.0 Frog eyed gecko (T. roborowskii)
    0.1.0 Tokay (Gekko gecko)

    lots of roaches

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    I used to put those suppliment powder in a plastic bag, then crickets in and shake it. Slightly dusted and fed twice a week. I am not sure if my gecko did overtake but thanks for your warning anyway. I will keep an eye on this issue.

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    just some new shots with a new camera





    Roy
    Feeder Roaches: Care and Breeding


    1.1.0 Leopard gecko
    2.5.10 Crested gecko (R. ciliatus)
    1.1.0 Malaysian cat gecko (A. felinus)
    1.1.0 Frog eyed gecko (T. roborowskii)
    0.1.0 Tokay (Gekko gecko)

    lots of roaches

    The OZ on iHerp

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    How are your Frogs doing I have a total of 6 of them.
    I find them to have such incredible personalities with each other. They will "greet" each other. Touching their cheeks to each other in passing.
    I too find they eat roaches like they have never been fed before!
    Good to see someone else has them! Hoping to get a breeding project going with them.
    Cindy

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    there doing good don't see them often (but more often them my cresties to be honest). i actually prepare the food for my geckos and roaches right in front of there tank and one of them will often come out to watch me. really are an under appreciated gecko.
    Roy
    Feeder Roaches: Care and Breeding


    1.1.0 Leopard gecko
    2.5.10 Crested gecko (R. ciliatus)
    1.1.0 Malaysian cat gecko (A. felinus)
    1.1.0 Frog eyed gecko (T. roborowskii)
    0.1.0 Tokay (Gekko gecko)

    lots of roaches

    The OZ on iHerp

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    I have mine in two groups of three. My one group that I have had longer is out all the time. During the day, night, does not matter. Kind of cool. As soon as food shows up, all of them are out.
    Do yours ever touch their faces to each other? Mine do that all the time, just kills me!!
    Cindy

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    seen them lick each other a few times and one does head but the other one, havent seen them touch cheeks though.
    Roy
    Feeder Roaches: Care and Breeding


    1.1.0 Leopard gecko
    2.5.10 Crested gecko (R. ciliatus)
    1.1.0 Malaysian cat gecko (A. felinus)
    1.1.0 Frog eyed gecko (T. roborowskii)
    0.1.0 Tokay (Gekko gecko)

    lots of roaches

    The OZ on iHerp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ozymandias View Post
    just some new shots with a new camera






    Great little gecko's. These HAVE to be the most underrated.

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    id have to agree just becuase they dont like to be held there not as popular

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