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    Moved my guy into his new house this evening. He was looking a little down even with the upgrade so I gave him a mouse. He loved it. Boy is he getting big!




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    awesome i love these guys
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    There you go....must be a male! New home, great landscaping - and what makes him happy??? FOOD!!
    Cool dude!
    I think 5 species of geckos is enough! Lets not talk about the snakes!

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    Awesome pyxie! Is that his enclosure? If it is he's one lucky pyxie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eel Noob View Post
    Awesome pyxie! Is that his enclosure? If it is he's one lucky pyxie.
    That is it! Have him in a fully natural landscaped 42 hex tank that is 1/3 shallow water with a good land area. Will try and grab a pic of the full enclosure tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amaddox View Post
    That is it! Have him in a fully natural landscaped 42 hex tank that is 1/3 shallow water with a good land area. Will try and grab a pic of the full enclosure tomorrow.

    In the pictures it looks like natural lights. Is tank kept outside?

    BTW how old and big is he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eel Noob View Post
    In the pictures it looks like natural lights. Is tank kept outside?

    BTW how old and big is he?
    He is inside. He would fry outside since our temps were over a hundred degrees most days recently.

    I got him in november and he was about half an inch or so then. Now he is pushing 5 or 6 inches.

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    His new enclosure looks great!
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    Here is the tank




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    They are so cool Love him.
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