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Re: Question about ciliatus breeding sex ratios, also leachianus


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Posted by Gecko_King on November 01, 2002 at 18:15:08:

In Reply to: Question about ciliatus breeding sex ratios, also leachianus posted by CrestedGecko.com on November 01, 2002 at 09:05:23:

:I'd like to get input from some crested breeders as to what sex ratios work best for them. Over the past 5 years, I've gone with larger groups, usually 1.3 or 1.4 per cage. What works for you?

:My second question is regarding leachianus care. I'm going to start building a colony of them soon and I want to find out as much on their care as possible. Does anyone know of any websites that has indepth care information? Also, is there a release date on the new AVS book?

:Thanks!

:Garrick

I keep 1.6 Cresteds in a cage and they get along great. The male breeds when he wants and has never injured a female. It has been working out great. With Leachies, it is another story. I had a baby Leachie and a juvinile Crested together (which were almost the same size) and the Leachie ate the Crested. I had 2 baby Leachies and one was growing twice as fast as the other and I was affraid that they would eat each other. You never know. Leachies are great, but they take many years to reach breeding age.
David



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