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Giant Day Gecko Coinhabitants

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Posted by reproom on May 11, 2003 at 00:11:18:

In Reply to: Giant Day Gecko Coinhabitants posted by herp-noob on May 02, 2003 at 20:00:29:

I don't know exactly how big your enclosure is but I will give you some examples of our breeding tanks. Usually we only keep one pair in a 20 to 30 gallon tank (talls). Ocassionally we are able to introduce 2 females and one male in 38 to 45 gallon tanks. We normally do not do that because the females can also get quite agressive. Years ago though we kept a large group of 1 male and 4 females in a 70 gallon lizard lounge with no problems but they had been used to being housed together. You can sometimes also mix in kochi, mad mad's and boehmi as well but there is no guarantee that they will get. If you are interested in morphs of the grandis take a look at our website for the Crimson grandis. Let us know what you think

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