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Mourning Gecko Care Sheet The Mourning Gecko (Lepidodactylus lugubris) is becoming a very popular animal in the gecko hobby. This small, active lizard is great for natural terrarium set ups and is widely enjoyed by beginners and advanced hobbyists alike. Housing The Mourning Gecko is distributed throughout the South Pacific region, Central and South America, and Hawaii. They are Parthenogenic, meaning that they produce offspring without mating, essentially creating clones of themselves. The populations therefore are all female. They are small geckos averaging about 3.5 to 4 inches in total length, about half of which is tail. Mourning geckos will...

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Welcome to the definitive crested gecko morph guide! The traits and types of crested gecko morphs listed below are here to help clarify any confusion within the crested gecko hobby. Whether you are looking to buy, sell, or need help deciding on which morph you like the best, this morph guide is for you! Thanks to the input of several other crested gecko breeders and enthusiasts across the globe, we have put together a list of traits most commonly seen in the hobby. This guide will refer to traits and morphs commonly seen in the current world of crested geckos. ...

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Crested Geckos, formerly known as Rhacodactylus ciliatus and recently re-classified as Correlophus ciliatus, are native to Southern Grand Terre, New Caledonia and at least one small surrounding island (Isle of Pines). Crested Geckos are semi-arboreal, spending most of their time in small trees and low shrubs. They will however, seek out hiding places near the ground to sleep during the day. Crested Geckos feed on both insects and fruits and in most cases can be kept at room temperature. The crested geckos ease of care, unusual appearance, and unlimited breeding potential, has contributed to their exploding popularity. There is no...

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