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    Question Possibility to cohab with large vivarium?


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    Hi all,
    I am custom building a large bioactive vivarium for my crested gecko and I'm exploring options for other things to keep with her since it will be such a large enclosure. The enclosure will be 6 ft tall, 2 ft wide, and 2 ft deep. I was wondering if anyone has ever tried cohabbing a crested with eurydactylodes, specifically Vieillardis. I know cohabbing is a controversial topic, so I want to reassure people that this isn't something I'd be doing any time soon, I'm just curious to see the discussion and what has and hasn't worked for people. Thanks!
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    We do have these discussions periodically. I'm not sure that even that size viv is big enough for more than 1 species. Even so, I have a feeling that the Vieillardis will become dinner to the cresties. If I were thinking of a different species to put with cresties I'd consider a gargoyle gecko but make sure they're all female or you may get some hybridization. Here's a set of articles from a Gecko Time series we ran earlier about multiple species cohabitation:
    https://geckotime.com/prose-and-cont...es-enclosures/
    https://geckotime.com/multi-species-...ures-comments/

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