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Discussion in 'Geckos - Other' started by SpanischeRose, Jul 25, 2017.

  1. SpanischeRose

    SpanischeRose New Member

    So I have took in this two Crested Geckos from somebody who couldn't look after this baby's properly. I got told the hatched in May. They are two young to sex. I'm not that familiar with Crested Geckos yet. I have 4 Beardies and now everything about them. So some pointers will be more then appreciate. They are housed in a plastic tub at the moment. They have been feed Repashy and now and then baby crickets the lady said. They are still small,so what is the best temperature this guys should be at. And the humidity level? I was reading that they have to be heavy misted at night and then slightly in the morning and that they also should have a dry period between. Is that right?
    Here is that Picture of these little once.
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  2. EctoJoJo

    EctoJoJo Well-Known Member

    Gorgeous animals. They generally do well at room temperature within reason. 70/80 f approximately with a daily or two misting. Nothing too warm. The only lighting I use is to assure a day night cycle. If you live in the tundra or hot south adjustments will be needed. Repashy, Pangea, and a few others are good they generally have the recommended nutrients in proper proportions. Occasional crickets dusted can supplement and help with duplicating natural behavior. They are very easy and rewarding animals.
     
  3. SpanischeRose

    SpanischeRose New Member

    Thank you for your reply. I'm in Canada the winters can get pretty cold sometimes but I normally have my house around 73f.
    I headed Pangea is better then Repashy but not sure if it is true or not.
     

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