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    I don't think fertility is obvious from these...

    I don't think fertility is obvious from these pics, tho I would think veins would be more evident it's hard to tell from this.

    I've had virgin girls that I kept as pets lay eggs that never...
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    it's pretty rare from my own experience and what...

    it's pretty rare from my own experience and what I have heard, and most discussions I've witnessed suggest it's a husbandry thing.

    most female geckos stop laying with the seasonal change, and...
  3. I absolutely understand the impulse, lol. but I...

    I absolutely understand the impulse, lol. but I tend to err on the side of caution; it would suck to lose a bunch of animals over something like this.
  4. dart frogs also secrete toxins, tho at lower...

    dart frogs also secrete toxins, tho at lower levels in captivity than in the wild. all amphibians secrete toxins to one degree or another and the same concern applies.

    why not just enjoy the...
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    the only difference in terms of care is that...

    the only difference in terms of care is that females can lay eggs, even virgin females. if you're feeding an appropriate diet, it's never an issue unless you breed her too early or she doesn't cycle...
  6. since salamanders secrete toxins and geckos lick...

    since salamanders secrete toxins and geckos lick everything, I would not pair these two together.
  7. Thread: Live plants?

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    what kind of tank and what size? what kind of...

    what kind of tank and what size? what kind of gecko? pictures?
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    yeah, that's reasonably common. you might try the...

    yeah, that's reasonably common. you might try the DIY forum; there are a lot of threads about viv building in there.
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    https://www.facebook.com/groups/601674609950521/

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/601674609950521/
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    this one. it's not busy, but I see more keepers...

    this one. it's not busy, but I see more keepers here than anywhere else on the web. there just aren't that many in the states, people want morphs and flashy colors. I love the genus, they're...
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    there just aren't a lot of Blaesodactylus out...

    there just aren't a lot of Blaesodactylus out there in the US. are you in the US? I've found a few genus-specific FB groups where folks do a little networking.
  12. Thread: Sick crestie??

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    he's probably just heading into a shed cycle....

    he's probably just heading into a shed cycle. it's normal for them to sometimes look a little "dusty". also, it's possible he's just settling in well and so his coloration will be lighter in general....
  13. Thread: Female died

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    do you have any before pictures? were they wild...

    do you have any before pictures? were they wild caught?
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    there's no way to figure those odds. honestly, it...

    there's no way to figure those odds. honestly, it can be devastating; I'd just assume he's been exposed and take reasonable precautions.
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    crypto can remain dormant for years. incubation...

    crypto can remain dormant for years. incubation period is not really applicable. it's thought that you might never see it if the animal doesn't have any stress, but that's pretty difficult to achieve...
  16. Thread: Meet Echo!

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    welcome to GU!

    welcome to GU!
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    yeah, but hopefully she won't bite. if she does...

    yeah, but hopefully she won't bite. if she does she's very stressed.
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    5 days is no time at all. most reptiles require...

    5 days is no time at all. most reptiles require an adjustment period of at least 2 weeks before slowly, slowy trying to tame them. and some will never tame down at all.
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    if you're going to feed him crickets, you'll...

    if you're going to feed him crickets, you'll probably want to give him more than one a week?

    and yes, they're very difficult to breed at home.

    gut-loading feeders is covered very extensively in...
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    those are full of calcium reserves. they have...

    those are full of calcium reserves. they have nothing to do with being overweight.
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    I would be very cautious about a cool mist...

    I would be very cautious about a cool mist humidifier. watch that there's no fungal growth over time.

    can you post a photo of the gecko and of the enclosure?

    a crested does not need a large...
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    I agree with Resavius. I wouldn't let her gain...

    I agree with Resavius. I wouldn't let her gain weight.

    "fat cells"? do you mean the calcium sacs on the sides of her neck?
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    I am not.
  24. Thread: Help identify.

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    I can't answer as to morphs. but I just wanted to...

    I can't answer as to morphs. but I just wanted to ask if you've separated them? the female is considerably thinner than the male, and he might be bullying or trying to breed her?
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    is it possible to take a larger photo? it's very...

    is it possible to take a larger photo? it's very hard to see what you're describing from this one.
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