I need help determining my leopard geckos morph. He is very young and has brown bands with a gray background and small black spots. He has a white band around his head that runs to his eyes. I think he is some type of snow but not sure.
I need help determining my leopard geckos morph. He is vey young and has brown bands with a gray background and small black spots. He has a white band around his head that runs to his eyes. I think he is some type of snow but not sure.
Just an update, I sold the one that didn't have a name yet but still have Blue and Minnie. 4 more have hatched since my last update, Peanut and Jelly (clutchmates) and 2 more beautiful babies that have just recently hatched (also clutchmates.) So now, I'm up to 6 babies and 3 adults, 9 in total.
Hey yall! Just an update, I have hatched 3 baby leos so far, Blue, Minnie, (and the third one doesnt have a name yet.) I have 2 more due any day now, 2 extra in the incubator, and then my female is about to lay 2 more. Any tips if anything about hatchling leopard gecko care would be appreciated.
Yep. I’m doing a full bioactive! Only thirteen and recovering from severe OCD so my parents will allow me to build my own ecosystem but not add a lizard until I’m completely alright… (yeah right). Aanyways, just wanted to say that I’m very excited to get into it, I’m obtaining all my resources from Josh’s frogs and could use any advice you’re willing to give. Thanks forum people, have a good day
Hi! I’m here to ask a question. Do any of you know what would be the best species of gecko- if any- that would live happily in a 12x12x18 bioactive enclosure? Looking for a more professional opinion because much of the information online is conflicted and I want to make sure the gecko is happy if I get one
Hi, I was wondering if you had anyone in Portland, Oregon area that you would recommend as a someone to reach out to regarding finding a new home for our crested gecko? We have had her for 8 years, and I feel like she could benefit from greater attention. I don't want her to go to any home -- it needs to be a permanent home with a dedicated reptile owner. Thanks, Terry