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    Default Tokays are dorks

    No, really!

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    Both are very beautiful!

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    Awesome.

    Quick question, do you have to dust your roaches for Tokays?

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    Very nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewy View Post
    Awesome.

    Quick question, do you have to dust your roaches for Tokays?
    You can either dust roaches or gutload them very well. My roaches are spoiled, but they are fed in a way to make them optimally nutritious. Once in awhile I dust them, it's a good balance. So far I've had good results in ensuring the roaches are full of good foods. After all, what goes inside your feeder, goes into your animal.
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    They are really stunning.

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    Those are one great photos!

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    Very cute. My partner wants a tokay and we're arguing over whether to breed them or day geckos (my preference).
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    Quote Originally Posted by WesDDS View Post
    Very cute. My partner wants a tokay and we're arguing over whether to breed them or day geckos (my preference).
    I suggest getting captive bred babies, one of each species, and raising them to see how you like them. Both species are rewarding and vastly different in temperament and handleability. I tried a species of day gecko and found them not to my liking, but I find myself wishing I had the space for more tokays.

    Thanks everyone for all the kind comments!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chewy View Post
    Quick question, do you have to dust your roaches for Tokays?
    No.
    However I do quite often.


    Quote Originally Posted by WesDDS View Post
    My partner wants a tokay and we're arguing over whether to breed them or day geckos (my preference).
    Tokays for the win!!!
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