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Re: Underweight male auriculatus *PICS*


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Posted by mikecoscia on January 21, 2003 at 06:01:13:

In Reply to: Re: Underweight male auriculatus *PICS* posted by Reptiluvr on January 20, 2003 at 15:59:00:

Fecals can be expensive, but what can you do, it has to be done. They have to be kept moist for the vet. However it does not have to be 24 hours old. Watch your geckos one night and wait for them to go, then grab it and toss it in the fridge. You can spray it a bit with H20 to keep it moist. The idea here is to keep whatever is in it (if there is) alive until the vet checks it out. I would really try other flavors too. Not every gecko likes the same thing; they all have their own tastes.

As far as breeding I am going to say 1.5 2 years for females and a little younger for males. Reason being that aurics tend to grow more slowly then crested geckos. So it is safer to just waiting then risking the animals health.
-Mike





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