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R. sarasinorum


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Posted by GeckosByBrad on November 29, 2002 at 11:21:57:

In Reply to: Does anybody keep R. trachyrhynchus or R. sarasinorum posted by 59herps on November 29, 2002 at 01:11:56:

I keep R. sarasinorum. The are large geckos, and pot bellied, they look like R. ciliatus without spines and look as if someone stuck marbles in their head. They are docile for short peroids of time but can be easily spooked. I keep a pair in a 20 gall high. In it there is a piece of cork bark, grapevine, vicus, eggbox, and water bowel. A screen top and a Flourecent light on top.
I feed them crickets and babyfood. I mist them 3 times a day. I was told they breed better in cooler conditions. Like 70's.





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