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Average Rating Given To This Care Sheet Is 3.67    (1=lowest, 5=highest)    Last Updated: 05/05/2006

Main Category:

Lizards

Sub Category:

Geckos

 Care Sheet Submitted By:

Anonymous

Years Experience:

Under 1 Year

Species:

White line gecko

Other Species or Phases this Care Sheet May Cover:

N/A

Sexing and Characteristics:

The female has reduced femoral pores and small post cloacal glands. the male has enlarged femoral pores and large post cloacal glands

Mostly Active During:

N/A

Substrate and Water Needs:

Substrate they don’t like being on the ground very much so pebbles and just about anythings okay as long as it hold moisture.

Lighting and UVB:

In the wild these guys don’t much care for light but a moon glow or aggro lamp is okay.

Temperatures and Humidity:

82-86 during the day. at night 70ís.
they like high humidity with plenty of ventilation and need to be misted regularly.

Heating and Equipment:

N/A

Caging Provided:

They grow up to 10 inches and enjoy vertical surfaces rather than horizontal floor space. they can enjoy a 10-20 gallon tank.
they enjoy branches to climb on living or artificial plants and hideouts

Diet:

N/A

Description of Diet:

Insectivore. They eat mainly insects such as crickets mealworms maggots super worms maggots spiders g.hoppers adults can eat small rodents smaller geckos and tree frogs. They like variety.

Supplements, Nutrition and Usage:

Maintenance:

N/A

Some Words on this Species:

Its an arboreal gecko that needs minimal handling due to the fact that the skin is easily damaged. its easily cared for with slightly agreeable disposition. nocturnal. they occasionally make noise. they are prolific breeders. they are very fast and sometimes bites but has as of yet not drawn blood on me at least.
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