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Inviato da Matt B on Marzo 23, 1999 at 21:53:36:
In Reply to: Info on Marbled Gecko posted by Scott on Marzo 20, 1999 at 21:48:32:
I've never kept marbled geckoes for very long but I'll tell you what I know. If you're not keeping them in a cold part of your house then you could probably get away without heating them. They eat most kinds of small insects (crickets, mealworms, etc). I think they're fairly easy to breed, and will lay two eggs at a time. Let me know if you have any specific questions and I'll ask one of my gecko breeding mates.
: Does anyone have information on Marbled Geckoes (Christinus marmoratus)? Perfered habitat, a care sheet or breeding information perhaps. These geckoes span the eastern three states of Australia, but I've never seen them (until I bought two as pets) and information on them is nonexistant.
: The few words the pet shop owner spoke was "they don't need heat".