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Re: Israeli dune geckos

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Posted by dancetoday on April 21, 2003 at 21:37:16:

In Reply to: Re: Israeli dune geckos posted by nocturnal36 on April 21, 2003 at 17:31:11:

they're definitely wild caught because they're sold so cheaply. They said they have not been treated for parasites. For $39 each, which is more than the price of the gecko (and probably worth it, but I might have it done here myself) you can pay them for a vet check and parasite treatment. Are you getting captive bred from somewhere? If so, are there more?

:Im getting one soon also, and im putting it in a 10g tank. They are prety fragile, because they are so small..., so you shouldnt handle it alot. People say that you can put more than one male because they are not very aggressive...but i wouldnt reccomend it. You should ask the reptile depot if they are wild caught, or not...

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