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    I have read about cresties, gargs and leachies...

    I have read about cresties, gargs and leachies successfully hatching parthenogenetic eggs on another forum. It doesn't happen often. I don't think the egg looks fertile either, but it certainly...
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    You could just raise the bottom of the enclosure...

    You could just raise the bottom of the enclosure 1/4" and there would be adequate ventilation. I really like heat cable and use it a lot.

    Aliza
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    Pinheads are way too small for leopard geckos....

    Pinheads are way too small for leopard geckos. They may not even see them! I feed pinheads to my 1 1/2" long Spherodactylus. Baby leopard geckos will be fine with 1/4" to 1/2" crickets.

    Aliza
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    In the summer in New England, my...

    In the summer in New England, my non-airconditioned living (gecko) room gets quite hot and extremely humid. Everyone does fine.

    Aliza
  5. Morph: If it loses all its body spots it will be...

    Morph: If it loses all its body spots it will be a super hypo and if if retains 10 or fewer body spots it will be a hypo. If it continues to develop the orange coloring it will be a tangerine as...
  6. I have heard that some people keep dart frogs...

    I have heard that some people keep dart frogs with day geckos.

    Aliza
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    Can you cut out a section on the floor of the...

    Can you cut out a section on the floor of the enclosure and put in a piece of plexiglass? Some of the heat mat brands say not to use with plexi, but if you use a thermostat it will be fine

    Aliza
  8. Thread: Tail rot?

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    It looks as if somehow the tip got abraded,...

    It looks as if somehow the tip got abraded, possibly, as you say, due to shedding. I recommend keeping an eye on it to make sure it doesn't get worse. At this point, if it doesn't get worse, I...
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    Remember how bright most pet stores are. There's...

    Remember how bright most pet stores are. There's a good chance the gecko will be fine in dimmer light. In my opinion it's worth the risk.

    Aliza
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    If you google "DIY incubator" you will find some...

    If you google "DIY incubator" you will find some videos and other information with suggestions.

    Aliza
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    The best thing to feed is a variety. Dubia...

    The best thing to feed is a variety. Dubia roaches and mealworms are good. If available, you can add super worms, hornworms and silkworms.

    Aliza
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    As long as she is up on her feet when she walks...

    As long as she is up on her feet when she walks this is fine. Belly heat is great!

    Aliza
  13. Thread: Gecko saddle

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    Where are you going to get a rider for that...

    Where are you going to get a rider for that gecko? Cricket?

    Aliza
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    The general wisdom is to keep new reptiles...

    The general wisdom is to keep new reptiles separate (as you are doing) for at least a few months. Feed them last and wash your hands before and after.

    Aliza
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    Congrats on your new gecko. If she's eating...

    Congrats on your new gecko. If she's eating consistently, there's nothing to worry about and she'll grow at whatever rate she's going to grow. Ditch the waxworms. I've had geckos weigh as much as...
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    The picture is too blurry to tell anything. ...

    The picture is too blurry to tell anything.

    Aliza
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    I can't provide complete incubation information...

    I can't provide complete incubation information in a thread but here are some basics (in addition to what I noted in my post above):
    --please google "breeding leopard geckos" or "leopard gecko egg...
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    I feel that worrying less is a good personal...

    I feel that worrying less is a good personal growth experience, unless a person tends not to worry much at all, in which case you can say the same thing about worrying a bit more!

    Aliza
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    I think the breeding issue is the biggest...

    I think the breeding issue is the biggest obstacle. That said, I do keep small groups of female gecko together. There's never any guarantee that they will get along, but I have been fortunate for...
  20. Thread: Springtails

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    Put the "dead" ones in the enclosure just in...

    Put the "dead" ones in the enclosure just in case. Bring in a small amount of soil from outside. I think you'll have springtails soon enough!

    Aliza
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    It's hard to give advice without knowing how...

    It's hard to give advice without knowing how you're doing it, so if you provide some details we will be able to comment. In general the most important issues are:
    --high quality thermostat so the...
  22. Thread: Morph ID please

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    In that case, I think the non albino gecko is an...

    In that case, I think the non albino gecko is an enigma.

    Aliza
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    I hatched out some geckos a few years ago that...

    I hatched out some geckos a few years ago that were from Mack snow lines but very very pale yellow on hatching. In a few cases it was really hard to tell whether they were Mack snows or not and I...
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    Could be the embryo, but you won't know until it...

    Could be the embryo, but you won't know until it does or doesn't hatch.

    Aliza
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    How much does he weigh? If we're talking about 6...

    How much does he weigh? If we're talking about 6 vs. 7 grams, that's a big difference, but if it's 62 vs. 63 grams I don't think it's a big deal. I had a male gecko for 12 years that wouldn't eat...
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