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pictus VS. leopard


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Posted by nickpurvis on May 06, 2003 at 17:33:19:

In Reply to: pictus VS. leopard posted by leosanonymous on May 05, 2003 at 22:14:51:

:Pictus geckos are the most prolific breeders I have ever worked with... very very easy to breed.

:A couple of things to worry about, you want to make sure the females don't lay themselves to death. And you want to make sure you handle the eggs VERY carefully.

:Pictus eggs are much smaller and more fragile than leopard gecko eggs, so handle with care.

:Leopard geckos are also a great choice, they are also very easy to breed and will make better "pets". Leopard geckos have a lot more personality and are much more tolerant to handling.

:-Ross Payan - www.LeosAnonymous.com

nickpurvis:one more question,do leos really need a hibernation or do you just put males and females in a tank and they breed because Ive heard they take stop for 2 months and dont breed.is this true?thanks to all who have posted and all who will




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