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    Joe,
    When do your females start slowing down, and producing less clutches? What would you say is their lifespan, I have heard 5-9, and 9-12?

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    Those are short, simple questions with long, complicated answers.

    I'll get back to you this evening.
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    Yes, short-leaved sansevieria would work great.
    I use smooth, thicker leaved Neoregelia sp. bromelias in all my klemmeri terrariums.
    (I don't know the exact species name). They work great for me.

    I can't get any of the exotic fruit baby food over here. Maybe that's the reason, my klemmeris don't like it too much.
    Zoo Med's day gecko food works great for me, because I feed it dry and it doesn't start to mold, if you don't remove it in time, like baby food does.

    And yes, never underestimate the klemmeri's ability to escape through the smallest of cracks/openings.

    Great Joe, for going ahead with the caresheet. I would try to do it, but I wouldn't want to promise anything, because I'm always terribly short on time.

    Good luck with your new klemmeri, Peter.
    My ambient temps are between 20 and 26 C, going up to 28, 29 C (maybe 30) under the lamps.

    Horizontal bamboos under the lamp are important, so the geckos don't hang from the top too much of the time, which can result in floppy tails.

    Matjaz

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    Here's a picture of the little guy I got from Joe. All this talk about some klemmeri and I had to throw a picture in.


    here's a picture of what I am keeping mine in. I ran out of bamboo when I was assembling the cage so I still need to place a horizontal piece across the top for basking
    www.gekkonids.info
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    I can't remember the last time I posted pics on here, but I do remember that I did it wrong and they didn't show up until Nathan fixed me up.

    I keep my adult pairs in the small exoterra cubes. Here is a pic of the inside and one from above looking down onto several enclosures:

    http://www.freewebs.com/joefarah/klemmeriExo%20017.jpg

    http://www.freewebs.com/joefarah/TopExo%20002.jpg

    Ok, lets see if this will work....
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    Damn it!

    I was hoping the pics would show up here and not the links
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    cool! thanks
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    just put [img] before the pic url and [/img] after it...its that simple
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    i used [URL] pic url [URL]

    Thanks, mike
    - Joe Farah

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