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    Leopard Gecko Bioactive.

    Video of my old Leopard Gecko Bioactive.


    https://youtu.be/KcDizhVPzTQ
  2. Thread: Pls help

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    You're just going to have to reach in slowly and...

    You're just going to have to reach in slowly and pick her up
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    I absolutely love them

    I absolutely love them
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    Bearded Dragons

    Here are my bearded dragons:

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    Mad Hatter
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    Alice.
  5. M chahoua, E agricolae, R auriculatus, R leachianus

    Here are my New Caledonian geckos

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    Beaker
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    Leia
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    Diesel
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    Luna
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    Yes I do! I will soon.

    Yes I do! I will soon.
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    I'm Back!!!!

    Hello Guys and Girls!


    I'm back and with a whole new crew of scale babies.
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    I just posted a picture of my old 40 breeder...

    I just posted a picture of my old 40 breeder leopard gecko bioactive enclosure in the Naturalistic forum
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    Some of my Bioactive Builds

    Here are some of my bioactive builds:

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    Luna, R. auriculatus
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    Leia, M. chahoua
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    Beaker, E. agricolae
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    Diesel, R. leachianus
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    I used lava rocks at one point instead of the...

    I used lava rocks at one point instead of the clay pebbles, it worked out pretty well IMO. I use pretty much any tropical house plants that I can get my hands on, make sure you wash the roots...
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    I meant at least 4-6 inches total so the...

    I meant at least 4-6 inches total so the succulents are not sitting in water or damp soil. Some of them don't need water very often and Harwarthia is very touchy when it comes to water schedule and...
  12. Thread: Pictus!

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    yay!!!

    yay!!!
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    How thick is the substrate? Succulents do not...

    How thick is the substrate? Succulents do not particularly like wet feet so I would shoot for at least 2 inches or more of some rocks/pebbles mixed with a 70%sand to 30% topsoil mixture for the...
  14. Thread: Pictus!

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    That belly. If I could raspberry it, I would.

    That belly. If I could raspberry it, I would.
  15. Thread: Pictus!

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    My office is the spare bedroom with no working...

    My office is the spare bedroom with no working vent for AC or Heat so no animals will go in there. I've been doing dishes but making sure to watch where I put my fingers and I already said I'm...
  16. Thread: Pictus!

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    He will be the last, I have no more room for...

    He will be the last, I have no more room for anymore animals haha. The 20L has been sitting on my rack since I moved Ziggy up to his bigger house but I still can't do anything with it until I get the...
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    You'll want to get an animal that can live in...

    You'll want to get an animal that can live in those conditions, the tank looks great by the way.
  18. IF you can find it, topsoil can be used to mix...

    IF you can find it, topsoil can be used to mix with eco-earth. If you are planting the enclosure, just eco-earth alone is way too acidic and has no nutrient value for plants and they will all die...
  19. Thread: Pictus!

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    Pictus!

    I will be acquiring a pictus gecko within a few weeks from the lovely Kelly. She has decided to sell Squidgey and I said yes, sounds like a marriage proposal :crackup:, he will be going into his...
  20. Just an FYI.....grapewood can mold and decompose...

    Just an FYI.....grapewood can mold and decompose quickly in high humidity enclosures. You'll want to stick to more hardwoods; like oak, maple, birch, beech etc. as they will not break down as...
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    Glad to see she is doing well :D

    Glad to see she is doing well :D
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    Would probably be better off getting an external...

    Would probably be better off getting an external pump with a filter for outside of the tank and then a system that feeds water back in. You'll still have to do water changes and such, or you can make...
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    This looks familiar, like I've seen it in a group...

    This looks familiar, like I've seen it in a group on facebook. The bromeliad will do better attached to some of the cork bark on the sides and grab a plant that vines, like wandering jew or pothos....
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    It looks great, do you have a drainage layer in...

    It looks great, do you have a drainage layer in place? If so, it doesn't show from the picture.
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    Oak is perfectly fine to use.

    Oak is perfectly fine to use.
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