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.
2018 Leopard Gecko Hatchling – Mack Snow Eclipse 6/30/18
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The eggs have hatched, and hatchlings have grown up enough for us to start posting our 2018 leopard geckos for sale. We have many leopard gecko hatchlings and juveniles for sale. Each week, batches of new geckos will be posted on our available leopard geckos for sale page. These will include 2018 hatches, proven breeder releases, as well as free pet geckos. Please check back often to see if we have your dream gecko.
2018 Leopard Geckos For Sale
Below you will find a small sample of some of the geckos we’ve already posted. These are just the first batch of 2018 leopard geckos for sale. Many more will be posted every few days for the next several weeks.
2018 Leopard Geckos For Sale – Blood Tangerine & Albino
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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.
Both male and female leopard geckos could refuse food off and on throughout the breeding season, as we outlined in “My Leopard Gecko Won’t Eat” article. Some leopard geckos will fast through the whole season. You should not be alarmed. This is all part of the normal leopard gecko breeding season cycles. Continue reading “Leopard Gecko Breeding Season 2018”
In this hatchling update, we have many new hatchling pictures to share with you. We are also planning on posting some 2016 releases and 2017 leopard gecko hatchlings toward the end of September and early October. Please check our Available Leopard Geckos for Sale page for new geckos in the upcoming months. We’ve already posted a beautiful Bell Blazing Blizzard female for sale.
Hatchling Update September 18th 2017
Our hatchling racks are at near full capacity. The way we handle new leopard gecko hatchlings is we leave them be and allow them to eat and grow for at least 2-3 months. These early months are crucial to their development and health. Gecko hatchlings that don’t eat well early on could develop metabolic bone disease (MBD), or other physical developmental issues such as being smaller and underdeveloped. This is why even though we know people are eager to purchase these cute baby geckos, we do our best to not bother them too much during the first few months.
But as promised, we know folks like to see more gecko pictures. We have plenty of hatchling pictures to share with you during this hatchling update. First we’d like to show you a couple of before & after pictures. Here’s a radar female born on 7-3-2017:
And here she is 2 months after, with a much more developed tail, and a more intense orange body color: Continue reading “Hatchling Update and Leopard Geckos For Sale”
Our super hypo tangerine carrot-tail hatchlings of 2017 have arrived! These two leopard gecko clutch-mates hatched within the same day. We caught one of them with just her head out of the egg, it was so cute.
Super Hypo Tangerine Carrot-tail Hatchlings of 2017
Initially we waited for awhile to see if she would come out of the egg on her own. When she didn’t, we took the opportunity for a photo shoot. Here’s a pic of this cute super hypo tangerine carrot-tail hatchling still in the egg, on the palm of my hand.
And here she is right after she slipped out of the egg. We have a beautiful, healthy leopard gecko hatchling!
Super Hypo Tangerine Carrot-tail Hatchlings – Leopard Gecko Genetics
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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?
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