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    what kind of gecko would most comfortably fit in the Exo-terra 12x12x12? preferably a desert dweller

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    Microgecko persicus may fit that nicely. I don't know too much about the husbandry of them or if there's even much out there, but they are indeed small, about a 2-4 inch adult size.

    If you do some digging i'm sure you'll be able to find something.

    Good luck
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    Another small gecko that may do OK in there is Coleonyx (banded geckos). In general, though, I think an enclosure that size is best for an arboreal gecko that can make use of more surface area. I originally had my P. klemmeri in one that size before I moved her into a 12x12x18. The original 12x12x12 is now being used by a friend for his mourning geckos.

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    I think I found one that I may like its Stenodactylus sthenodactylus I read that you can probably hpuse 2 of them in the 12x12x12 does anyone have any info on them?

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    I would also recommend L williamsi. they're very small, very active, and very showy geckos.
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    Phelsuma klemmeri, Teratolepis fasciata, and pachydactylus tigrinus may also be suitable.
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    hmmm...... all very interesting especially the L wililamsi. but i am looking for a desert dweller mainly because I want some diversity among my terrariums in stead of all tropical or all desert.

    do the pachydactylus tigrinus like being handled (like how tolerant are they?)

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