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Breeding leachies

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Posted by: JackieP at Tue Feb 5 15:00:04 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by JackieP ]  
   

Hi everyone,

I was wondering if anyone can share their experiences with breeding Rhacodactylus leachianus. My pair are at the right age now so I'm hopefully going to be putting them together this year. Both are henkeli Island E. I have them in separate vivs at the moment. I have read different views on what to do: some say keep them together all the time, others introduce for mating and then separate. I have bred ciliatus and auriculatus in the past and opt for the introduce and then separate method to great success. Experiences and thoughts will be greatly received.
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Keeping and breeding:
4:5 Eublepharis macularis
1:1 Gekko gecko
1:3:2 R. auriculatus
0:0:1 R. chahoua
1:2 R. ciliatus
0:1 R. leachianus henkeli
1:0 Tarentola chazaliae
1:2 Teratolepis fasciata
and lots of other reptilian creatures..



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