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Posted by nickpurvis on May 10, 2003 at 20:17:21:
In Reply to: my geckos have eggs what to do posted by noell on May 10, 2003 at 15:01:27:
heres what Id do(if there glued to the side of the cage).get a clear plastic cup and poke some holes in the bottom.next lay it on its side and put some moist spangum moss on side of that cup.tape the cup in that position over the eggs until they hatch.the are for when the spangum moss looks dry so you can mist the moss with some water to moisten it,make sure not to spray the eggs though.then keep that area of the aqaurium at about 85 degrees and after a while babies should hatch out.keep them seperate from the adults!
If not glued to the side then put the eggs in a incubator or area where the temp is about 85 degrees ina container with vermiculite.After this I would go to lllreptile.com and order the book "tokay geckos" by zaworski and mcowen I believe.It is a great book and provides all info.I have it myself.tell me when you get babys cause tokays are my favorite gecko because of the attitude,I believce their the pit bulls of the reptile world.hope this info helps