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RE: noob breeding questions

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Posted by: shamrock75 at Wed Apr 20 21:02:45 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by shamrock75 ]  
   

You'll want to keep the young female separate from any males until she's full grown(30-35 grams).The males may not show interest when your watching them but when things quiet down they tend to become more active.You should have separate housing for all your geckos so you can give females a break from the males during cooling times,ect...You'll want to do more research before you begin any breeding.


   

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