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Posted by Gecko_King on October 28, 2002 at 21:18:40:
In Reply to: Your right.....Thanks (more) posted by Gecko2525 on October 28, 2002 at 21:09:28:
:I did have a 75 Watt normal spot lamp bulb but it didn't do a thing. Do you have the lamp and everything or just the bulb. How did you set yours up? Pics? I'm worried to put the lamp right on the cage because they climb on it upside-down and I don't want them to burn themselves. Any ideas?
With Cresteds, you don't want to heat the entire cage. They require alot of air ventalation. Just heat a small area to about 85 degrees. Thats all that you need. They will move as close as they need to the heat. Spot light produce a lot of heat in a small area. As for your first question, my male is much larger than the females. I hear them breeding all the time, but I have never seen a damage that he has caused them. You will get eggs in time. These are fantastic gecko's and are prolific breeders.