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  1. Thread: Which morph?

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    I would suspect it's a Murphy's patternless or...

    I would suspect it's a Murphy's patternless or blizzard. The yellow body/white tail look makes me think patternless, but it looks pretty young (or else it's bigger than it seems in the picture) and...
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    It is a little odd, but could be within a normal...

    It is a little odd, but could be within a normal range of behaviors. I've had leopard geckos live together in small groups for years and then all of a sudden, one starts getting bullied (and gets...
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    Congrats on your gecko. Yes, Gus is a Mack snow...

    Congrats on your gecko. Yes, Gus is a Mack snow jungle (broken tail and body bands). I don't think this is stick tail, but the tail does look a little thin for body size, and in the picture it...
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    There will never be consensus on substrates. It...

    There will never be consensus on substrates. It does seem to be pretty clear that hatchlings should not be on loose substrate and that calcisand is not a good choice. If you feel you really have to...
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    Adolescence. It should change again at some...

    Adolescence. It should change again at some point.

    Aliza
  6. Thread: What morph?

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    Definitely a Mack snow! Aliza

    Definitely a Mack snow!

    Aliza
  7. Thread: Gray Poop??

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    I have found great variety in the poop from time...

    I have found great variety in the poop from time to time. I recommend you continue to monitor. It may be the change to a different feeder. I don't think it's something you have to worry about at...
  8. Thread: What morph?

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    Once a snow gecko reaches adulthood there's no...

    Once a snow gecko reaches adulthood there's no way to know whether or not it's a snow. Snows hatch white and black striped but as they mature they get yellower. If you or the breeder (if you're in...
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    The first person has just submitted a photo essay...

    The first person has just submitted a photo essay for this series and it will run on Jan. 26. Will you be the next? Check the post above. It's really easy!

    Aliza
  10. I don't have experience with golden geckos, but...

    I don't have experience with golden geckos, but since there is no skin breakage, burned look or dried out look I would imagine that it's OK.

    Aliza
  11. Mr. Blue is a L. williamsi (electric blue day...

    Mr. Blue is a L. williamsi (electric blue day gecko). It's hard to get a good picture without him fleeing, sometimes out of the cage!

    Aliza
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    Ideally you'll be dusting the feeders with...

    Ideally you'll be dusting the feeders with calcium and vitamin D3. You don't need the lights at all since the gecko is nocturnal, as long as there's ambient light in the room.

    Aliza
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    My favorite cricket ordering place is...

    My favorite cricket ordering place is tophatcrickets.com. I would order 1/4". Initially you'll have to feed more of the small ones, but they'll grow and then you won't have to feed so many at once....
  14. Gecko Time: What Goes on in My House?! Photo Essay

    As promised, here is the first photo essay about what goes on in my house: https://geckotime.com/what-goes-on-in-my-house-aliza-arzt/.
    Enjoy!
    Please consider sending in some pictures and have your...
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    Back when I had fewer gecko cages to "decorate" I...

    Back when I had fewer gecko cages to "decorate" I would do a google image search for landscape pictures of the leopard gecko's native habitat (Afghanistan, Turkey, Pakistan), print them out, glue...
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    Gecko Time: New Series Starting

    Gecko Time will be starting a new series beginning tomorrow (1/13/21). The series is called "What Goes on in My House?!" and will be photo essays of geckos in our homes. We really want other...
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    It definitely looks like a P.m.grandis to me. If...

    It definitely looks like a P.m.grandis to me. If so, it will get pretty big and may need a larger enclosure than a 30 gallon eventually.

    Aliza
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    I order 3000 crickets every 2 weeks. I keep 2000...

    I order 3000 crickets every 2 weeks. I keep 2000 3/4" crickets in a 10 gallon. The trick is to have lots of egg crate to stack up so they have somewhere to stand. I also buy water crystals in bulk...
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    I actually don't keep mealworms anymore because I...

    I actually don't keep mealworms anymore because I don't have anything that eats them and I also have a sensitivity to them (which could happen to you, so don't breathe them in). At one point I...
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    Welcome to the forum and congrats on your new...

    Welcome to the forum and congrats on your new gecko. The pictures look great.

    Aliza
  21. Thread: Heating concern

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    In the situation where I had heat cable at the...

    In the situation where I had heat cable at the back, I was heating shoebox size tubs so it worked fine. You may have to experiment a bit to see how far the heat is going.

    Aliza
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    I've been extremely happy with...

    I've been extremely happy with tophatcrickets.com. They sell another type of crickets (banded crickets) which are much cuter than the usually crickets for what it's worth (they also jump REALLY...
  23. Thread: Strange spot

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    It's called a paradox spot which means exactly...

    It's called a paradox spot which means exactly what you said: a spot that doesn't seem to belong based on the rest of the pattern. It's normal and it's probably permanent.

    Aliza
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    Here's the link for the gut load: ...

    Here's the link for the gut load: https://shop.professionalreptiles.com/Insect-Food-c63585001
    I put about 2" of gut load in a medium KritterKeeper (14"x8"x5") and dump the mealworms in. Eventually...
  25. Thread: Heating concern

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    You could put heat tape or a heat mat on the back...

    You could put heat tape or a heat mat on the back of each bin. I had a rack that was heated that way. Are you planning to modify those bins in any way? I assume you'll make air holes. The bins,...
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