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    Hopefully! He hadn’t fully climbed on top of her yet, so I’m hoping I won’t have to make the hard choice whether or not to incubate eggs despite knowing I will have a hard time caring for them or allowing the eggs to die.

    It was utterly fascinating though. I’ve heard the male rattle his tail before but I’ve never seen it. Although I guess I know who I’ll pair together first when I decide to breed- because this proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that Illusion is male and Firefly is female. I wonder what a normal x a tangerine would make... they’d be large, that’s for sure- my male is 10 inches long and my female is 9 inches long- and the female is at the top of her weight range. She’s a big girl.

    Out of sheer curiosity, do personalities pass with leos? I know in mammals personality is partially inherited but I have no idea if that holds up for reptiles.

    Sorry if it seems like I’m asking too many questions- I’m just very curious about gecko breeding and babies.

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    Normal x tangerine will give you normals, some of whom may have a bit more orange color. It's hard for me to tell if leopard geckos pass their personalities on. I've produced so many leopard geckos in 13 years that I've gotten the full range from friendly to hostile and can't really attribute it to any particular pairing.

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