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  1. Thread: Cohabbing

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    P klemmeri are very communal.

    P klemmeri are very communal.
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    OH. then you can put almost anything that's...

    OH. then you can put almost anything that's fairly terrestrial in there. sky's pretty much the limit.
  3. Thread: Mourning Gecko

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    they can teleport. the babies are miniscule, lol....

    they can teleport. the babies are miniscule, lol.

    and yes, the same warm room temp that keeps your crested happy will work just fine for mourning geckos.
  4. Thread: What to do ...

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    wait. if you have a leo but you can't do bugs,...

    wait. if you have a leo but you can't do bugs, what do you feed her?
  5. Thread: What to do ...

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    the only thing I can think of is a small colony...

    the only thing I can think of is a small colony of mourning geckos or some of the very small tropical geckos like L williamsi or P klemmeri. they can eat the MRP, tho supplementing with bugs is...
  6. Thread: What to do ...

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    I'd get a small snake species, then. geckos or...

    I'd get a small snake species, then. geckos or other lizards I'd recommend for a terrestrial setup almost exclusively need to eat bugs.

    I'd try something in the Antaresia genus, especially a...
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    I would definitely use a ceramic bulb for heat,...

    I would definitely use a ceramic bulb for heat, and use it 24/7.

    more height is always better for Tokays.

    as far as age, the concern I have is that if they're subadults, they'll breed before...
  8. Thread: What to do ...

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    you could put all sorts of stuff in there. are...

    you could put all sorts of stuff in there. are you only interested in gecko species?
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    definitely. for a pair, I'd personally want an...

    definitely. for a pair, I'd personally want an 18.24.24 at least if you're using exos, at the bare minimum. the fun thing about Tokays is their behavior since they are so intelligent; the more room...
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    these are good examples. the second is a little...

    these are good examples. the second is a little extra, but definitely ideal, lol. your gecko will feel secure if there are multiple places to hide at different temperature ranges. real plants are a...
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    is that a 40 gallon breeder? I think an adult...

    is that a 40 gallon breeder?

    I think an adult tokay will be happier in something with a vertical orientation, they're very arboreal in nature. it is also my opinion that you'll want thicker...
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    can you get the scorpions that are part of their...

    can you get the scorpions that are part of their native diet?

    if you can keep your gecko healthy and happy with other options, why would you need to do this?
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    what's your setup? when I kept Tokays I used the...

    what's your setup? when I kept Tokays I used the same as my other tropical geckos. 3 parts organic potting soil (no fertilizers) to 1 part eco earth or coco fiber, then a layer 2-3" of Oregon tree...
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    yeah that should be fine.

    yeah that should be fine.
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    yeah you can use an LED. I wouldn't use anything...

    yeah you can use an LED. I wouldn't use anything super bright, she doesn't need it.
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    as I said, I think you should check in the DIY...

    as I said, I think you should check in the DIY subforum for substrate builds. you'll see good recommendations with photos.

    a moist hide is 100% required at all times. even if you just put in a...
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    OK for substrate. if you do a google image search...

    OK for substrate. if you do a google image search for "leopard gecko natural habitat" and ignore the pics of pet cages, you can see that where they actually live is scrubby brush, compacted sand, and...
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    she could be. how much does she weigh? ...

    she could be. how much does she weigh?

    whatever happens, just keep her nutrition proper and definitely keep them separated until she's ready (and you're ready) for eggs.
  19. kidney issues can contribute to shedding issues....

    kidney issues can contribute to shedding issues. I'd give him a little more time, and definitely with the baths. he can absorb some additional moisture that way too.
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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...
  22. 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.
  23. 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...
  25. since salamanders secrete toxins and geckos lick...

    since salamanders secrete toxins and geckos lick everything, I would not pair these two together.
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