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    Hey all...

    I was just 'gifted' a pair of day geckos from someone, so here I am...getting information from the experts I've had leopard geckos in the past, but these are my first day geckos.

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    Hey...that's a coincidence.....I'm from Mn!....and I have day geckos. Too many in fact....It seems that when a male is introduced to a female, sparks fly, and babies appear! Who'd of thunk it?

    I'm trying get them to eat lefse, lutefisk, and tuna hotdish.....no success thus far....

    Seriously, welcome to GU
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    Welcome aboard! Do you know what species your day geckos are?

    Please share photos of your new geckos, so someone can better guide you.

    Approximate total length will help too.
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