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  • After 141 days of incubation...

    Netu-25 finally hatched.
    It's from Neo X Tuala.
    There is a very high change it will turn out to be black and cream just like the parents.
    Till now all of the Neo X Tuala hatchlings turned out black and cream and they showed amazing development in pattern.
    We might keep this one as an holdback.







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  • #2
    That is just an amazing time frame to incubate. I don't think I have ever had one that goes over 90 days.
    Very nice looking gecko there
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    Cin

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    • #3
      Very nice, do you have any pictures of the black and cream hatchlings?

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      • #4
        Wow, awesome hatchling! I love the patterning and absolutely love the crests. How old is he in the photos?

        I've been going totally crazy over my first hatchling that went 123 days. Congrats on your 141 day guy! Is there a clutch mate?
        *** My "N" key is actig up. Luckily, there's no "N" in "crested gecko" or "Rhacodactylus ciliatus".***

        2.3.9.12 cresties
        0.2 cats
        0.1 German Shepherd Dogs
        1.1.2 humans (that's 1 adult male, 1 adult female (me), and two male juvies)

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        • #5
          Very nice what temps were they incubated @?
          3.1.0 Cresties 1.1.1 Cats 1.1.0 Kids

          Peace
          Jay

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          • #6
            Thanks!
            We incubate on lower temps, between 16 and 22 degrees Celcius (night and day) , that way incubation takes longer.
            Here are some pictures of previous hatchling.
            First is a pictures we took before we sold them and then a picture how they look full grown, taken by their new owners.

            Netu-9:

            Then.


            Now.


            Netu-7:

            Then.


            Now.


            Netu-5:

            Then.


            Now.


            They fire up black and cream, like their parents.

            Neo


            Tuala
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            • #7
              what was your shortest incubation time out of all those eggs ? nice productions BTW.

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              • #8
                All of the geckos in the above post hatched after 53 days, which is the shortest we had.
                The one in the first post is the longest we had. Since we now incubate on lower temps we never get incubation times below 90 days.
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                • #9
                  Beautiful crests on that new baby--looking good!
                  Madeline
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                  • #10
                    OHWOW, I would go crazy 141 days! that is for ever!!! What fantastic babies they throw. I am sure this one will be a looker. mmm best send it to me to be on the safe side
                    Roxanne
                    and the zoo
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                    • #11
                      You have some sexy looking cresties!
                      Andi - Gray Sky Exotics
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                      • #12
                        Thats insane! Super congrats!
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