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Need an easy to breed, small gecko

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Posted by: varanid at Mon Jan 23 11:05:05 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by varanid ]  
   

I work with florida kings and (recently) cribos. I do breed the kings and plan to breed the cribos either in 2013 or 2014--both of these species can be rather stubborn as far as getting th em on rodents out of the egg, so I'm looking for a small, easy to breed inexpensive gecko that's fairly prolific so I can have a source of lizard feeders for any picky babies. I've got a spare 20 high tank I'd like to use for them and of course an assortment of bulbs and heat elements I can use. Would house geckos, med geckos or something else be a good bet? I'm down with making it a neat little display too--small geckos are awesome animals in thier own right.

Hope I don't cause too much offense by posting this in the gecko section...but I'd like to get the colony up and rolling in the next 3-4 months so it's well established. I also have 2 spare 10 gallons and a 20 long...so I can sort out offspring some as needed.
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