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    Three to Get Ready: Sphaerodactylus - Gecko Time - Gecko Time

    Also check out Welcome to www.dwarfgeckos.com as well as https://www.joshsfrogs.com/animals-f...ro-geckos.html

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    Hi

    Sphaerodactylus sputator is nocturnal.
    I kept them in a rather dry environnement, a slight misting is done every two days.
    fed with Thermobia domestica and pine head crickets, dusted every 2-3 days
    Lot of cork to hide, soil mix sand and ground, some dead leaves. No need of UV light
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    Thanks for the info. I was told they were diurnal and was treating mine that way, but now that I look, she's always in the same place during the day and she must be touring around tonight because I don't see her.

    Aliza

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