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Posted by desertgecko on April 12, 2003 at 00:45:40:
In Reply to: House gecko not eating posted by sammybammy on April 11, 2003 at 23:12:24:
if you have only just got him then thats usual. give him a few days, even a week to settle in. babies can easily get stressed out, so leave him be for a few days, and then try again. are you able to get hold of hatchling/pinhead crickets? these may be better then the mealworms to start with. mealworms might be better left till he gets a bit bigger. you could also try fruitflies. im not sure if they'll take fruit, you can only try.