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    Default Sphaerodactylus macrolepis guarionex juvenile


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    This little guy is getting more bold as he grows up.
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    wow! what a beautiful gecko! along with an amazing setup. great job
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    I love these guys. I had some for a few years but discovered the hard way that even though I thought I'd taped up any possible exit space in my exo-terra nano, it wasn't enough. Now I have a S. sputator that appears to be safely enclosed, though she got out once and I had to chase her around my window.

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    I have escape anxiety all the time, but less as they get bigger. I thought my macrolepis escaped, but saw him a month later happily hunting. You should search on "fruit fly proof" exo terra on dendroboard. If a fruit fly fly can't escape a baby sphaerodactylus can't.

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    There are no more places I could possibly cover! Someone showed me a few more spots that I'd missed. I had a few adults S. macrolepis escape but I've had my S. notatus since January without incident.

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