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Posted by Jill on January 16, 1999 at 18:44:59:
In Reply to: Gehyra vorax!! posted by BrianG on January 16, 1999 at 11:32:54:
my book says they are rather unremarkable looking, and can reach a length of over 200mm? i have no idea what that is in the american system.. hehe
males cannot be kept togehter
males have large hemipenal pockets
in a large vivarium with many hidy spots it is pobbiblt to keep a group of one male to several females together.
they lay 2 eggs, hardshelled, and are usually laid under bark or a rock.
they can be found in trees, on rocks, and in both moist and dry conditions
the direct parents of a baby will not eat the baby, but another adult will.
the babies should be raised on small insects, and will on occasion lick bananas.
the babies grow very quickly.
so... I would keep them in a vertical type enclosure with plenty to climb on, and plenty of paces to hide with a substrate like bed-a-beast and let it dry out almost completely beofre spraying again for humidity. I hope that helps..