Post pics of enclosures!
I use to, but eventually couldn't be bothered buying the cards all the time.
Just got home from it. Lots of snakes and barely any dragons for sale.I didn't get to come home with anything though :(
I was thinking about getting one in the next few months (probably around march) and was wondering if anyone knows someone or personally breeds...
Or maybe the Lynx deodorant can is really really small.
I want to get one of those in my backyard :)
Nice pics, what do you do for work? or was that when you went outside?
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welcome to APS.
great pics guys :)
They are around $100-$150 for them geckos and they are great starters, i will be looking to get some geckos for myself.
Because the people to own it have lives.
Someone probably painted them, lol.
Feed him more than you should be for 2 weeks - a month.
no, i don't think they are big enough for a pond yet.
find more answers at http://www.australianfreshwaterturtles.com.au/forum/index.php
thanks for the link
Oh alright thanks, and are there any good caresheets you guys know of for the thick tailed geckos the common geckos kept in australia.
Also do geckos need a heat lamp? or do you just heat the enclosure with something...
I reckon the RSPCA will do something if you tell them about everything from the over due water conditioner to the turtles in the tank to the grown...
If they have a soft shell it would be because of
- lack of diet
- lack of basking
If you would like more info go to this site:...
that looks just like its natural habitat, nice enclosure :)
How much did all of the stuff cost? cause im pretty much interested in getting my uncle to help me build an enclosure like this.
Yabbies, crickets and feederfish.
there's a 1% chance of them getting here successfully without getting caught.
nice lookin enclosure u have there richardsc
oh... my mistake...
yeah in this thread below
its the last pic on the first post.
Did wanna invade someone else's topic so i decided to make on of my own...
1) how long does it take for the eggs to hatch if they are incubated...
I've seen many people do it, infact i saw a thread who had a few gecko eggs and had their eggs in a sealed container just about an hour ago.
i still think that pet link is the most active out of all of them.
All those listed are the main ones.
I've seen many people hatch them in a sealed container.
Awesome beadie :)
Yeah, that seems okay.
Getting one at 1 yo isn't recommended if your starting, it's good to start with a hatchy so that you can see how it grows and it can grow up with...
That's a very good looking Beardie :)
Yes they did.
You pretty much need heating for them anywhere in Australia, eastern spiny tailed geckos go for around $150-$200 i think, i've seen them for that...
Thats awesome, i just cannot wait to get some geckos for myself.
I reckon it would swim but not very far.
I've seen pictures of blue and pink tongues being together, but i'd want to know what a person who actually has tried housing them together to see...
I think you could fit 3 or 4 netteds or maybe even 5. I've seen 3 in a 2.5ft before and they were happy.
Oh alright, lol.
posts counts don't mean anything.
That was very lucky, glad you found it.
Yeah, it's either she's too fat or there's a lot of eggs in there. She's probably gravid.