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Re: are you getting some?


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Posted by lzest on April 06, 2003 at 21:13:36:

In Reply to: are you getting some? posted by meretseger on April 04, 2003 at 06:15:15:

I live in Malaysia, the country of origin of cats, hehe, anyway, they are not easy to find but my collector does a pretty good job of it and unlike what some forum claimed, I have not had any problems with them even though I am only a beginner


:Where? Inquiring minds want to know!!!
:Ahem.... that aside, this caresheet written by the guy I got my geckos from is the only one I've ever found. It's not super-detailed, but it worked pretty well for me.
:My pair hasn't bred yet, so I can't help you with that. The website says that the eggs incubate best between 65-68 degrees, but another forum member says his did fine in the low 70's.





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