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    I have a 110 gallon aquarium I'm thinking about changing into a naturalistic gecko vivarium. I'm just not sure which species I should think about putting in it... any suggestions?
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    It could be good for leopard geckos as long as they are the same size, females, and aren't too young

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    I keep all my leopard geckos separate, my females don't get along. I was thinking something more arboreal. Because the aquarium is over a foot tall easily, and would easily fit a colony of arboreal geckos in it. I was thinking of making it live planted. I have considered cat geckos, though I'm not sure if they'd do well in a set up like that. Or possibly crested geckos if anyone thinks that is possible? Types of day geckos maybe?
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    1 Leopard Gecko APTOR Female- Cleopatra
    1 Leopard Gecko Super-Hypo Tangerine Carrot-tail, Unsexed - Khepri
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    definitely cat or crested geckos. or something like a pair of jeweled lacertas, or dwarf monitors like ackies.
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    Should I only do a pair of cat geckos if I were to do them? I am not sure the ratio they are usually kept at. I need to brush up on my research regarding them.
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    1 Leopard Gecko Super-Hypo Tangerine Carrot-tail, Unsexed - Khepri
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    @riversideReptiles can help with this. I'm not sure about their ratios either, but they're lovely and I know they make full use of their enclosure space.
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    Cat geckos are wonderful creatures but very shy and solitary. They don't do well at all in groups and because they're so shy, I doubt that you'd ever even see them in a 110 planted viv.
    I'd suggest some sort of day geckos. There's tons to choose from at every price range and experience level.
    And they tend to be a lot of fun to watch. Much more active than something like felinus.
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