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Wonder/Frog Eyed Gecko mating behavior

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Posted by: AndrewFromSoCal at Fri Mar 11 02:32:16 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by AndrewFromSoCal ]  
   

Hi guys, another question about these dudes that I couldn't find online. I've had what I believe is a trio in a vivarium for a few months now, sand substrate, and they've been doing awesome! I had noticed that they dug what looked like a sizeable burrow under the heat spot (I think it's large, because two can fit in it at a time).

Well, last night when I checked on them, it had been sealed tight! And one of the geckos is still outside of it, cruisin' around. It looks to have been sealed from the inside, because it doesn't look like any of the topography has changed (and I don't think the one outside is trying to murder anyone, hopefully). There seems to be an air vent, but I could be wrong. My question is regarding whether or not this is mating behavior, or something else. Does anyone know anything about these guys?

Any information regarding closed burrows would be very appreciated, before I get nervous and dig them out.

Thanks,
Andrew
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2.1 Corn Snakes
1.2 Leopard Geckos
1.1 Crested Geckos
1.2 Green Anoles
1.0 Russian Tortoise
3.1 House Cats
0.0.1 African Millipede

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Alice, Bruno, Lars, Snakey, Elizabeth


   

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