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    Hello

    In March, I was able to obtain a lovely F1 pair of this beautiful little gecko.
    After a week, the female laid her first dud egg, hopefully some good ones soon









    cheers
    Yann
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    1.1 S. fantasticus karukera
    1.1 S. notatus atactus
    1.1 S. sputator
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    1.1 P. robertmertensi
    1.2 Mniarogekko chahoua "île des Pins"
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    I know this thread is over a year old, but I'm new, here, and only just found it.... Wowza! That's one of the most beautiful Geckos I've seen (mostly via photos)! Are they difficult to care for? Are they hard to find if one wanted to purchase one?

    Just gorgeous. I can't quit staring at those eye spots .
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    Hi!
    No problem
    Not that hard to take care, the difficulty will be finding some, but they are getting more and more common...captive bred individuals are now found both in the US and in Europe.

    The difficulty is like any other dwarf gecko, finding and providing prey that are small enough to fit their tiny mouth, beside this, they have the same requirement than similar sized tropical dwarf geckos

    Cheers
    Yann
    1.1 Sphaerodactylus difficilis diolenius +9 juveniles
    1.1 S. nigropunctatus "intermedius" + 2 juvéniles
    1.1 S.argus + 1 young
    1.1 S. macrolepis "Blue Eyes"
    1.1 S. fantasticus karukera
    1.1 S. notatus atactus
    1.1 S. sputator
    0.1 Phelsuma quadriocellata quadriocellata
    1.1 P. robertmertensi
    1.2 Mniarogekko chahoua "île des Pins"
    0.0.1 Rhacodactylus leachianus henkeli "Nuu Ana"
    0.0.1 Rhacodactylus leachianus henkeli "Bayonnaise"
    0.0.1 Tribolonotus gracilis
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yann View Post
    Hi!
    No problem
    Not that hard to take care, the difficulty will be finding some, but they are getting more and more common...captive bred individuals are now found both in the US and in Europe.

    The difficulty is like any other dwarf gecko, finding and providing prey that are small enough to fit their tiny mouth, beside this, they have the same requirement than similar sized tropical dwarf geckos

    Cheers
    Yann
    We'll, they're amazing, and I envy you your gorgeous "Littles". Perhaps someday I'll be in a position to keep them, too.

    Thank you for sharing info about finding and keeping them. What do such tiny creatures eat? Fruit Flies? Pinhead crickets? Will they eat prepared gecko food?

    Anyway, thanks again .
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    Hi

    Thanks to you.
    I feed mine pinhead crickets mostly, also small Thermobia domestica. Fruit flies I have never tried, I have used them a few times with other dwarf geckos, but it shouldn't be the main type of prey given...
    Prey should always be dusted prior to feeding

    Cheers
    Yann
    1.1 Sphaerodactylus difficilis diolenius +9 juveniles
    1.1 S. nigropunctatus "intermedius" + 2 juvéniles
    1.1 S.argus + 1 young
    1.1 S. macrolepis "Blue Eyes"
    1.1 S. fantasticus karukera
    1.1 S. notatus atactus
    1.1 S. sputator
    0.1 Phelsuma quadriocellata quadriocellata
    1.1 P. robertmertensi
    1.2 Mniarogekko chahoua "île des Pins"
    0.0.1 Rhacodactylus leachianus henkeli "Nuu Ana"
    0.0.1 Rhacodactylus leachianus henkeli "Bayonnaise"
    0.0.1 Tribolonotus gracilis
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yann View Post
    Hi

    Thanks to you.
    I feed mine pinhead crickets mostly, also small Thermobia domestica. Fruit flies I have never tried, I have used them a few times with other dwarf geckos, but it shouldn't be the main type of prey given...
    Prey should always be dusted prior to feeding

    Cheers
    Yann
    Yeah, I can see where dusting fruit flies might be a challenge .
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