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    Well, she had stopped eating for a while, but I finally got her to eat again with some Phoenix worms. I haven't tried crickets again yet. I will watch her, though.

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    Any update on these geckos? Seems to be a lot of conflicting info floating around the net
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    Quote Originally Posted by MPLexus301 View Post
    Any update on these geckos? Seems to be a lot of conflicting info floating around the net
    I've kept G. hainanensis for over a year now, and just picked up a juvie pair of G. luii at Tinley. They're cool geckos, but really shy. They need a lot of privacy and hides, so they're not really interactive like a leopard gecko or a crested gecko, but they're still very neat to observe and deserve a little more attention. CB animals have become quite difficult to find.

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    My neighbor breeds these guys. They're beautiful geckos, I agree they deserve more attention.
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    I've kind of noticed there's a lot of interest in cb, but not much REAL interest which is probably why you don't see them. They really have collected these species into extinction in a lot of places. . . .

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