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    You don’t need to leave her in the dark just because she’s albino. The goal is to minimize how bright it is in certain areas(shade method). The problem is the enclosure is empty(somewhat). You can add cover with plants. Just make sure the vent holes are covered because they will climb the plants and pull a Houdini.

    Seeing her eat and gain some fat in that tail makes me feel better. But, I won’t be completely satisfied until I see chubby limbs��. Patience, I know.....
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    Theres still natural light and the bedroom light and i was only slightly covering it to give her some more privacy while tryin to lay those eggs and now that she seems to be feeling better ill prob turn her light on low for her.

    I got some fake plants at the dollar store they are basically vines with leaves on them but i wanna hit up a craft store to see what else i can find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geopard Lecko View Post
    Theres still natural light and the bedroom light and i was only slightly covering it to give her some more privacy while tryin to lay those eggs and now that she seems to be feeling better ill prob turn her light on low for her.

    I got some fake plants at the dollar store they are basically vines with leaves on them but i wanna hit up a craft store to see what else i can find.
    Last summer I found silk foliage at Walmart. They're kinda skimpy. Just remove the stopper at the tip. For a "bushy" effect transfer more leaves onto fewer branches.
    "If you can hear crickets, it's still summer." ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    Last summer I found silk foliage at Walmart. They're kinda skimpy. Just remove the stopper at the tip. For a "bushy" effect transfer more leaves onto fewer branches.
    i looked around wally world the other night for a bit an didnt really find anything i liked.. maybe i'll try a different one or even target..


    From my calculations Pika is due for laying some eggs any day, shes been spending time in the lay box again but not really diggin yet, she still eating really good tho kinda surprised by that. Cindy is probably another week or 2 away not sure on her she seems like a fertile mertle type of gecko and Cindy also eats well. Gonna offer Mella some more dubias too, Been tryin to save them but she really likes them an for her she can have as many as she likes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geopard Lecko View Post
    i looked around wally world the other night for a bit an didnt really find anything i liked.. maybe i'll try a different one or even target..


    From my calculations Pika is due for laying some eggs any day, shes been spending time in the lay box again but not really diggin yet, she still eating really good tho kinda surprised by that. Cindy is probably another week or 2 away not sure on her she seems like a fertile mertle type of gecko and Cindy also eats well. Gonna offer Mella some more dubias too, Been tryin to save them but she really likes them an for her she can have as many as she likes.
    Keep it up, Geopard Lecko!

    I can't wait to see your offspring some day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geopard Lecko View Post
    i looked around wally world the other night for a bit an didnt really find anything i liked.. maybe i'll try a different one or even target..


    From my calculations Pika is due for laying some eggs any day, shes been spending time in the lay box again but not really diggin yet, she still eating really good tho kinda surprised by that. Cindy is probably another week or 2 away not sure on her she seems like a fertile mertle type of gecko and Cindy also eats well. Gonna offer Mella some more dubias too, Been tryin to save them but she really likes them an for her she can have as many as she likes.
    Gonna offer Mella some more dubias too When the health of a lizard is questionable(based on her body condition and poor eggs), best not to feed roaches only. Feed her as much as she wants right now, but rotate food items.

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    You did see where i mentioned she had crickets an mealworms already right? Besides that she loves the dubias its the only thing ive seen her eat as she usually eats in private.. Id rather her eat then have to go collect hidden crickets an mealworms.. Tho i dont have many duboa left so she will have to do with crickets an mealies for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geopard Lecko View Post
    You did see where i mentioned she had crickets an mealworms already right? Besides that she loves the dubias its the only thing ive seen her eat as she usually eats in private.. Id rather her eat then have to go collect hidden crickets an mealworms.. Tho i dont have many duboa left so she will have to do with crickets an mealies for a while.
    I was just saying. You don’t want elevated Uric acid. Uric acid is protein driven. Rotating moderate protein with high protein insects is safest on her kidneys.
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    little up date, eggs are doing well.



    Pika should be gettin close to laying another clutch and Cindy probably isn't far behind.
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    I swear @Elizabeth Freer if pika lays tomorrow we need to get some lotto tickets or something haha.. She will be the easter gecko!
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