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Posted by gregcritter on December 02, 2002 at 17:47:00:
In Reply to: Leachianus Questions posted by Gunther on December 02, 2002 at 14:54:26:
Leachianus are the easiest of lizards to keep (in my opinion) I have had all of the Rhacodactylus except for the Trachyrhanchus (and a friend has a successful breeding colony of them nearby). The Vorax can be spectacular, but taming one down to the point it will behave like a Leachianus is not likely. There is no comparison. Leachies are nowhere near as susceptible to MBD as vorax (or Ciliatus, Chahoua, Sarasinorum) and have far less shed problems. Go with the leachies....you wont be sorry!
:I have had a lot of experience with geckos and other lizards, but am interested in purchasing either (a pair most likely) Rhac. Leachianus or Gehyra Vorax. I know gehyra vorax are more affordable, but I am still leaning towards the leachies. What is some good care advice if I do pick Leachies? Any enclosure pictures would be appreciated, as well as reputable breeders. Thanks for any help