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    Default Here I go again, desert gecko species


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    This species can't bite or is able to handle some handeling also one that will come out eventually and not hide until night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9darlingcalvi View Post
    This species can't bite or is able to handle some handeling also one that will come out eventually and not hide until night.
    I'm not sure what your post is about.
    Are you asking for a species that meets those requirements? Or, is it about a specific species, but you didn't include the species name?

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    Sorry, yeah what would work

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    Please add the list of geckos you've already crossed off your list. This will be quite helpful to members.
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    My top 5 species are in no order
    African Fat-Tailed Gecko
    Bibron's Gecko
    Frog Eyed Gecko
    Leopard Gecko
    African Clawed Gecko

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    Remove bibron's and leopard gecko, bibron's bites and Leo needs to low of humidity

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    African Fat-Tailed Gecko - not a desert species
    Frog Eyed Gecko - can't be handled, can bite pretty hard
    African Clawed Gecko - too small and delicate to handle

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    Try researching some Australian gecko species
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    Okay, but aren't they really expensive?

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    Okay top 3 (humidity rating was faulty as it was a dial reader)
    Banded gecko
    Frog eyed gecko
    Leopard gecko

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