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    I think this is a normal behavior of this species...

    I think this is a normal behavior of this species and I would not think it is excess of humidity. I have noticed the increase of digging on the opposite, when the humidity is low, what makes sense if...
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    If it was bought, it is probably a Gekko badenii

    If it was bought, it is probably a Gekko badenii
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    I think it could be a Agama agama, not a gecko.

    I think it could be a Agama agama, not a gecko.
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    I think this is one of the most difficult...

    I think this is one of the most difficult questions that has been made LOL
    I have yet to experience keeping them, but in my opinion, I like the size of U. giganteus, the shape of U. phantasticus,...
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    It is definitely a gecko. Probably...

    It is definitely a gecko. Probably Cyrtopodion/Mediodactylus genus. Where is it from?
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    Regarding color it looks like C. turneri indeed,...

    Regarding color it looks like C. turneri indeed, but in my opinion, although never seen any of these personaly, darboiii's gecko has a more acute head and you can see a large nail in the hindfoot. I...
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    To me it seems to belongs to genus Tarentola...

    To me it seems to belongs to genus Tarentola...
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    I think it is a white spotted wall gecko...

    I think it is a white spotted wall gecko (Tarentola annularis)
  9. Well Cymmie, these are the only we can find here....

    Well Cymmie, these are the only we can find here. I probably keep my own for almost 20 years. I wish things were easier here ;) I still have to try other foods, maybe soy based, but I think the...
  10. Hello Sasquatch, I was also trying to find some...

    Hello Sasquatch,
    I was also trying to find some good dry food for my crickets. The best one I could find was dryfood for egg-laying chickens, by the Presence brand. I was initially reticent when...
  11. Just fantastic! ;)

    Just fantastic! ;)
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    Actually not a bandit gecko, but a banded gecko...

    Actually not a bandit gecko, but a banded gecko (Coleonyx mitratus). Will grow a few more centimeters and need a more humid environment than leopards does ;-)
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    Looks like H. mabouia to me.

    Looks like H. mabouia to me.
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    Indeed! Thanks for the article! I didnt...

    Indeed! Thanks for the article!



    I didnt mention the shipping costs too, which is also prohibitive expensive. Here In fact everything is expensive. To get an idea of how much reptiles costs...
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    Unfortunately not Elizabeth. As reptiles are not...

    Unfortunately not Elizabeth. As reptiles are not allowed here as I typed before,not many crickets sellers around. The result of this is that they get a bit expensive, like 13 dolars/hundred, so I...
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    Another update: After a full month using the new...

    Another update: After a full month using the new food, it seems safe for use, but I noticed the growth was really smaller than the control. I have heard that crickets from the genus Gryllus would...
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    Just a update: since I starting feed the crickets...

    Just a update: since I starting feed the crickets with the new poultry food, almost 2 weeks ago, I can not perceive any harm at all, so it seems to be safe for use. One negative point that I think it...
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    Yeah. I will make a test. Lets see how it goes......

    Yeah. I will make a test. Lets see how it goes...
    Thanks for the hint ;)
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    07:28 now Good morning for you too =)

    07:28 now
    Good morning for you too =)
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    "Do you see any problematic ingredients on this...

    "Do you see any problematic ingredients on this list?"
    Actually no, just expected to see some different ingredient than the ones we discussed before ;)

    "Bioactive vivariums are very popular. From...
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    One thing I always did and seems to work for me...

    One thing I always did and seems to work for me is to use a low wattage heatpad under at least a part of the cricket box. Helps evaporating ammonia and so keeping faeces dry, low humidity, low smell...
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    Thanks you for highlighting this Jess. Actually,...

    Thanks you for highlighting this Jess. Actually, there says that inside the pool of genes used in the transgenic ingredients, possibly are those from this species and/or the other ones. I do not...
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    Exactly what I think. Actualy, I dont know why is...

    Exactly what I think. Actualy, I dont know why is so hard to change the mind regarding some practices in herpetoculture. Me included. For example, bioactive terrarium. It is a very propagated idea...
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    Yes, indeed is too much. It is funny how half...

    Yes, indeed is too much. It is funny how half ignorance its worse than a full one. I have in the past look for a high calcium natural substrate to mealworms and came up with this mix, but never...
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    About the ingredients , I havent found yet. I...

    About the ingredients , I havent found yet. I will try to find the food in stores this weekend, just after to find out if it is diatomaceous earth-free.
    Here I use oat bran and wheat for meal...
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