Gecko help?

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  1. CarpetThea

    CarpetThea New Member

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    Heya,


    I've recently been looking round/into getting geckos...
    although I'm not quiet sure as to what species are available for purchase in Vic
    (i have my basic licence & such) or what would possibly be the best one to have :?


    & i know this may sound a bit silly, but is it possible to put more than one species together in the same enclosure? (for example; i had Blue Tongues in with a Bearded Dragon & they lived happily:))
    I know that they would generally have to be the same size as to avoid one eating another or getting overly territorial, but just wanting to know from anyone else's experience...

    positive feedback would be a great help thanks :D
     
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    snakes123 Very Well-Known Member

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    Im not sure about the licencing and what your allowed, but i would sugest knob tails such as Levis, Pilbs, Wheeleri, Amyae etc. I have found that they live much better kept seperate, than when together as i found they dont eat as well.
     
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    Just go to the DSE website and look at the Taxa sheets. And better to keep just one species together IMO.
     
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    oh didnt think of that! Thanks
     
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    x2 jigsaw
     
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