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    Hi this is my first posting here, anyone else keep Stenodactylaus Sthenodactylus geckos? ..
    I have recently got a small colony of these great little geckos and already have one hatchling ..


    And here's one of my adults..


    Be great to hear from other keepers! ...
    Thanks for looking and its good to be here!

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    I keep 1.2 of them. They are a really neat gecko.
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    Nice looking little one ... have u bred them at all? .. i have 2 eggs incubating at the moment, how do u incubate ur eggs (if u do)?

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    This will be my first year breeding them. They will probably get incubated on a shelf in my room. My reptile room stays pretty warm.
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    Cliff,
    That steno looks like he has an undercut jaw?

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    EDIT: That pic in a whole looks weird :S
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    it looks like it but its an error with the pic .. look at its tail ..

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    yeah thats just a error with the picture.
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    Hi, very nice and healthy looking gekko!!

    i have 1.2 steno steno and i have 5 eggs in incubation. 2 possible invertile last 2 not known yet..

    how did you incubate your eggs?
    no hatchling yet , first year breeding.....

    Greetings

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    I've been working with these little guys for over 15 years. Some of best personality in a gecko. Especially if you have a community (10-12 animals +) Lots of chirping and tail wagging. You generally don't see that if you only have a trio. Males are fine together and do not do any damage to eachother as long as there is a good number of them.

    All steno eggs are laid looking like they are infertile at first. They usually color up in about 7-10 days. DO NOT KEEP PICKING THEM UP and candling them to see if they are good. You WILL end up breaking or cracking them as the shells are super brittle. Just keep them in the incubator. If in 2 weeks they don't turn red, then toss them. Incubate on perlite (slightly moist but not wet) at 82-88 degrees F. They will hatch in 65-70 days. Leave the babies in the incubator for about 24 hours after they hatch. Babies are very active, fairly large (compared to the adult size) and eat right away.

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    Do you know exact water:inc.medium ratio? Do you keep eggs on dry substrate or on that little moist? Thanks!

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