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Cat Geckos-----EGGS!!!

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Posted by: fattiesnleos at Wed Jun 4 10:03:44 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by fattiesnleos ]  
   

hello, I have had this pair of cat geckos for a while now, maybe almost a year or more. They have been together now for several months. I expected eggs a long time ago but it never happened. I figured I have them set up wrong and that they weren't aclimaited right so they weren't going to lay. Well anyways this morning I went to check on them and my female is in her lay box that I made for her. I look under her, and in the hole she dug, there are two perfect looking eggs. She is still standing over them. I had a man write to me before about how to care for these guys, and I thought I had saved the emails but I can't find them. He was from noth cali. I just need to know what temp and humidity to incubate at and how it differs from a crested or a leopard gecko incubation. Also if its better to incubate them in a mulch or vermiculite. Any info on the incubation of these guys or any contact info for the "cat gecko guy" in north cali would be greatly appreciated. For now I suppose I will treat the eggs as crested eggs and just kinda keep them at room temp.

The female has the regrown tail.






   

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