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  1. I can't see the first one well enough to venture...

    I can't see the first one well enough to venture a guess. The picture is small and fuzzy. The second one is a reverse stripe (two dotted stripes down the middle of the back. The third seems to...
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    Your gecko has the normal banded pattern I was...

    Your gecko has the normal banded pattern I was just saying that since the banded pattern is the normal or "default" pattern, when we discuss leopard gecko morphs, most people don't bother to refer...
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    I have no idea about the swallow thing. You may...

    I have no idea about the swallow thing. You may want to ask the breeder you got her from if she tended to brumate (sleep most of the time) during the winter. Some of my leopard geckos are barely...
  4. Thread: food?

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    I've had no trouble feeding super worms to...

    I've had no trouble feeding super worms to juveniles, so I'm sure it's fine.

    Aliza
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    They may be more reclusive and grumpy in the...

    They may be more reclusive and grumpy in the winter. Sometimes it takes a long time for them to poop and then it's huge. Or you discover that they've changed the poop spot and you haven't been...
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    Most leopard geckos are banded, so no one really...

    Most leopard geckos are banded, so no one really refers to that when describing the morph. Some geckos have a broken band pattern and depending on which bands are broken and how the pattern shapes...
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    I don't think it's harmful and I never worried...

    I don't think it's harmful and I never worried about it.

    Aliza
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    Is your gecko a juvenile? Are you mostly...

    Is your gecko a juvenile? Are you mostly checking it during the day? Many juveniles hide nearly all the time for instinctive self protection. Some geckos are more like hermits and also hide most...
  9. Thread: Hello :)

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    Welcome! What's in your aquariums (hopefully not...

    Welcome! What's in your aquariums (hopefully not your dog)?

    Aliza
  10. Thread: Howdy!

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    Welcome! That's a lot of critters! It would be...

    Welcome! That's a lot of critters! It would be great to know what some of the less common ones are, if you could label at some point (and you must know that some of those picture groups got sent...
  11. Agreed that there's no way to know exactly what...

    Agreed that there's no way to know exactly what they are. Based on the visuals, the first one is an albino stripe (possibly Tremper albino, but no way to know for sure). The second one is also an...
  12. Thread: Fat Gecko?

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    I think he looks fine as well. Aliza

    I think he looks fine as well.

    Aliza
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    Yes, they're plugs. Just pull them out. Aliza

    Yes, they're plugs. Just pull them out.

    Aliza
  14. Thread: Update on Taz

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    I also have a gorgeous leopard gecko named...

    I also have a gorgeous leopard gecko named Lightening who hates being held! He is an albino het eclipse.

    Aliza
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    He's definitely a snow, and due to the fact that...

    He's definitely a snow, and due to the fact that he hasn't turned yellow and appears now to be an adult, that makes him really nice looking. In my opinion it's kind of a personal decision whether or...
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    I have had geckos that do the same thing....

    I have had geckos that do the same thing. Sometimes it would work out after I put her many times each day in the lay box. Sometimes they seem to know the eggs are duds and lay them outside the lay...
  17. Thread: Brumation?

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    I bred leopard geckos for 13 years and never...

    I bred leopard geckos for 13 years and never brumated them. Some of them did go to the cold side of the cage and brumate themselves! Keep offering food and don't worry if they don't eat as much. I...
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    They do both look as if they aren't going to be...

    They do both look as if they aren't going to be any good, but I always feel they should be incubated until they either hatch or stink. You may have better luck using perlite than coco fiber. Here's...
  19. Thread: UVB advice

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    Since leopard geckos don't spend much time...

    Since leopard geckos don't spend much time basking, most keepers don't use UVB. I don't think they can overdose on UVB, though, so I recommend continuing with calcium/vitamin D3 supplements and...
  20. You could call it aberrant since the body bands...

    You could call it aberrant since the body bands are broken but the tail bands are not.

    Aliza
  21. Check at Target or Home Depot or equivalent. ...

    Check at Target or Home Depot or equivalent.

    Aliza
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    If you're really concerned, take her to a reptile...

    If you're really concerned, take her to a reptile vet. It's not unusual for some geckos to eat less when it gets cold and sometimes to go to the cold side and sleep (brumate) for weeks or more. The...
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    The female appears to be a super hypo (no body...

    The female appears to be a super hypo (no body spots) carrot tail (substantial amount of orange on tail). By a stretch of the imagination she might be a tangerine (orange body coloring). The male...
  24. I incubated at 80F almost exclusively for 13...

    I incubated at 80F almost exclusively for 13 years and had less than 10% of the geckos turn out to be male. The one year I incubated a bit higher I had a really hard time figuring out which ones were...
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    This is a stripe, where the bands run from head...

    This is a stripe, where the bands run from head to toe rather than side to side. It's a juvenile so it's still changing. If the black stripes remain dark when it matures you could call it a bold...
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