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    I would love to see pics of your Gargoyle gex lay boxes. i want to know what size and what substrate you use. Thanks!

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    My gargoyles are in a planted viv and they just bury their eggs in the substrate. I don't have many plants. During breeding season I weigh the females nightly and as soon as one drops 5 grams or so I go on an egg hunt.

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    i keep the tank bare at the bottom, so i can clean it easily, and i keep plants in their pots. I do plan a lay box but it won't be for a while. Just wondering what most people use if they use one.

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    If I used a lay box I would do the same as with my leopard geckos: Gladware container with a hole cut in the lid and eco earth.

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    I use a shoebox size sterilite container that I fill 3-4 inches deep with eco earth mixed with sphagnum moss. The moss helps it retain a suitable amount of moisture in my experience.
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