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Posted by: varanid at Tue Feb 28 13:50:13 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by varanid ]  
   

I scored a killer deal on one of those 18x18x24" glass tanks yesterday, and I'm thinking it'd be great for a pair or trio of white spotted geckos.

From what I've seen online, they're semi-arid, arboreal geckos, needing a gradient from 80 down to 70, with the warmest spot being in the 90s. They probably do not need UV, and are insectivores. Given thier range I'm assuming they're more adept at/used to rock formations than branches or trees, and plan to decorate accordingly. I'd also like to plant the viv, at least with groundcover, but possibly an aloe plant or jade plant.

Any feedback/suggestons on these?
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