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    The "line"/newer tail end I see is maybe 1 inch...

    The "line"/newer tail end I see is maybe 1 inch from his tail tip. The tip seems a little rounded. The skin texture may be different there.
  2. #42: West Texas ~ Part 3

    #42: West Texas ~ Part 3 ~ We're herping for the snakes of West Texas! Alterna!! Subocs!! Get some! Herp Photography!
    Published: 24 April 2022


    Volume three of herping the West Texas area for...
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    The ONLY way to tell Donnie's age is IF the...

    The ONLY way to tell Donnie's age is IF the breeder (or someone else) knows his hatch date.

    Do you see a "line" encircling Donnie's tail that probably indicates a portion of his tail has been...
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    Just in case ~ For link 124 click: Weekly...

    Just in case ~


    For link 124 click: Weekly Feeding & Supplement Schedule 124 for leopard geckos 0-12 months old
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    Many thanks for sharing "Donnie + slate...

    Many thanks for sharing "Donnie + slate substrate" on this thread! :banana:

    You take great photos!
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    Hello Sebbie ~ Please share the dimensions of...

    Hello Sebbie ~

    Please share the dimensions of your 40 gallon breeder. I have those lighting specs now.

    What are your day & night room temperatures where your enclosure will sit? *C are fine....
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    I recommend setting up your enclosure with a...

    I recommend setting up your enclosure with a proper heating gradient prior to getting your leo.

    Please share the exact measurements of your 40 gallon, in inches, if possible. You may need...
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    Welcome to Geckos Unlimited, Sebbie! UVA & UVB...

    Welcome to Geckos Unlimited, Sebbie!

    UVA & UVB are different! Do you wish to use UVB from the beginning?

    About how old is your young leo? Supplement advice depends so much on that.

    Can you...
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    It's highly recommended to keep leopard geckos in...

    It's highly recommended to keep leopard geckos in a simple setup (paper towels & such) for 3 months prior to having their wellness check.


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  10. It could be symptoms of parasites.

    It could be symptoms of parasites.
  11. Hello Milkway ~ The only way to tell whether...

    Hello Milkway ~

    The only way to tell whether parasites are involved is to collect a fresh fecal sample & quickly bring it to the vet.

    Please keep GU in the loop.
  12. :biggrin: :coverlaugh:

    :biggrin: :coverlaugh:
  13. (Speaking of litter box: I bought one of those...

    (Speaking of litter box: I bought one of those little leopard gecko litter boxes people sell on Etsy. OMG!!! He used it! Like I put in it his enclosure where he normally goes to the bathroom (I also...
  14. What a good idea, Michele! It depends whether...

    What a good idea, Michele! It depends whether silicone glue from a glue gun would create a lasting bond with slate & resin. Perhaps your local Ace Hardware could help?

    How about glueing your...
  15. What do you think about 16 x 12 inch slate tile I...

    What do you think about 16 x 12 inch slate tile I linked instead? Slate offers more traction. It has the added advantage of superior heat absorption.
  16. Herpin Man ~ Your food dish recommendation IS...

    Herpin Man ~

    Your food dish recommendation IS a HUGE hit with Donovan!
  17. Is some probe lieing on the floor inside Donnie's...

    Is some probe lieing on the floor inside Donnie's warm dry hide? I wonder if you reduce that temp to 90-92*F as suggested in ReptiFiles' Leo Care Guide (linked by Fran), if Donnie would spend time...
  18. No worries. Stick to this thread. :) There's...

    No worries. Stick to this thread. :)

    There's an easy way to add light to your enclosure. Take a Westinghouse 15 watt incandescent bulb, dim it to half power with a Lutron rheostat, place the bulb...
  19. A plastic container should work fine! I'd find...

    A plastic container should work fine! I'd find one about 3 inches tall. I think a plastic sandwich container would be too confining.

    You might locate it in the cool end up against the corner right...
  20. After considering your options, I think Herpin...

    After considering your options, I think Herpin Man's recommendation for a feeding dish is the best option we have.


    Take a shallow container, ~3 inches tall and ~5-6 inches in diameter.
    With...
  21. PS: I really, REALLY, think Donovan would feel...

    PS:

    I really, REALLY, think Donovan would feel more comfortable eating when he feels like it. That's similar to what he'd do "in the wild". That includes times when you're absent.
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    Sometimes a dab of vegetable oil helps suction...

    Sometimes a dab of vegetable oil helps suction cups stick longer.

    There are multiple sources "out there" for artificial foliage: JoAnn's, Dollar Stores, Walmart, Fred Meyers (?). Donnie probably...
  23. Sometimes leos like to eat in private. 1. What...

    Sometimes leos like to eat in private.

    1. What dimensions is this enclosure?
    2. Did you order non-adhesive shelf liner?

    Had I known you planned to buy Arcadia's ShadeDweller lighting so...
  24. This ramp may work well! After you place Donnie...

    This ramp may work well! After you place Donnie on the "steppy thing" a couple times he may figure out it leads to bugs!!! You da boss, Michele. Donnie will probably forgive you.

    My leo = 9 inches...
  25. So we seem to be having an issue. . . . . . ....

    So we seem to be having an issue.

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    Feeding option #3 -- Anchor glass bowl, 8 oz. Approx. 2 inches deep. The dubia can't escape it, but Donovan saw the bugs and didn't realize about...
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