1. Geckosoup

    Red belly/tail on male leopard gecko?

    Today while cleaning out my 2 year old male leopard geckos tank I saw that his belly and tail have gone pinkish red. His temps are normal (warm side 29°C, cool side 24°C) and he ate crickets two days ago and has been active and otherwise healthy. I am wondering if it is possible he is having an...
  2. R

    Hello from Michigan!

    Hi, my name is Sean. I'm from Metro Detroit, Michigan. I've been lurking here for a while, but finally decided to join due to my recent interest in breeding Leopard Geckos. I've got quite a few different animals in my mini zoo: 1.1 Phelsuma laticauda 0.0.3 Phyllobates terribilis (Yellow) (Golden...
  3. geckoboa

    Eublepharis angramainyu

    We have the most diverse and pure collection of Eublepharis in the world. E. angramainyu may look it from pictures but they aren't exactly like your normal leopard gecko. This distinct species from Iran grow much larger and mature far slower than their Pakistani cousins. In the gecko world...
  4. geckoboa

    e. turcmenicus

    These are extremely rare! They are considered a different species than your regular leopard geckos but they can still breed to outcross with completely new blood. Only a couple people in the US have these. I bought a large group of these guys and decided I wanted to downsize a little bit so I...