We know this year’s 2018 leopard gecko hatchling update is late, and we do apologize. A spike in workload during the past few months got us very busy. But never fear, the pictures are here. We know how much you love looking at gecko pictures. We hope you enjoy what we have to show you in this article below.
2018 Leopard Gecko Hatchling Update – Before & After
One of the fun things we like to do is to show you the before & after pictures. In this case pictures of the gecko hatchlings right out of the eggs, and what they look like 2-3 months later. It is always interesting to see the changes they go through in such short time. Without further ado, let’s get right to it.
Small scale leopard gecko breeding can be both fun and educational. We have been breeding geckos on a small scale since 2011. The anticipation and elation when you produce life is nothing short of breathtaking. Even after all these years, it still doesn’t get old. Perhaps you are a gecko hobbyist ready to take the next step. In this article, we will help you start your own adventure to small scale leopard gecko breeding.
Small Scale Leopard Gecko Breeding 101 – Budget
We are going to jump right into it, because we know that’s why you are here. Here are our tips and suggestions for small scale leopard gecko breeding.
The 2018 leopard gecko breeding season is upon us. Every year adult female leopard geckos will start to ovulate around January through June/July. If you have an adult leopard gecko, you should start to notice some behavior and feeding changes soon.
What’s the difference between leopard gecko and fat tailed gecko? Leopard gecko and african fat-tailed gecko share the same subfamily “Eublepharidae”. Eublepharidae are a family of geckos lacking sticky pads on their toes (they have claws instead). They also have movable eyelids unlike other species of geckos. Aside from being in the same subfamily, leopard gecko and african fat-tailed are two different species from different parts of the world.
Leopard Gecko vs African Fat Tail Gecko – Where are they from?
Greetings everyone! It has been awhile since my last update, and I do have to apologize. The short explanation is that my father passed away late last year, and I had a lot of things to take care of within the family. Around that same time, I also took on additional responsibilities at work. The additional responsibilities is a good thing, but it also meant I had less time to browse gecko forums, update blogs, and create fun gecko videos. Now that things have settled down a bit, we are finally going to post the beautiful geckos we’ve hatched out this season. Continue reading “OnlineGeckos.com September 2014 Update – African Fat-tailed Geckos”