Here’s our leopard gecko hatchling before after pictures for 2019 hatches! Our readers have expressed great interest in seeing how leopard gecko hatchlings change as they grow up. Below you will find fresh out of the egg gecko hatchlings, with pictures of what they look like after 3-4 months. To purchase our beautiful leopard geckos, please visit our leopard geckos for sale page. New geckos and breeders are still being posted.
Leopard gecko hatchling before after – first eggs
The first clutch of leopard gecko eggs were laid on April 18th, 2019. The parents for this clutch were our keystone male, Asclepius, a Giant Hot Moose. And our beautiful female breeder, a TUG Tremper Sunglow.
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
Houston, the leopard gecko hatchlings have landed! Our first leopard gecko hatchlings of 2017 are finally here. We’ve been waiting patiently, with fingers crossed, for these beautiful leopard geckos to hatch. It takes roughly 65 days for females incubated at 80-82 degrees to hatch, so it has been awhile.
First Leopard Gecko Hatchlings of 2017
We weren’t quite sure whether our Tremper projects were going to hatch first, or our Bell projects. Their eggs were laid at around the same time. Looks like the Tremper projects beat the Bells this time. We also have Rainwaters, Snows, and Tangs but they were laid a bit later.
These are clutchmates, born less than 24 hours apart. Their parents are two huge super giants; father a super giant extreme emerine, mother a very large super giant tremper sunglow. We can’t wait to see how these hatchlings will mature. They look like little Giants, and they are already eating 2 days after hatching!
Of course now that these have hatched, we know the Bells are coming next. Stay tuned, we’ll keep you updated!