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Old 18-07-2019, 08:21 PM
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Hi everyone, back in March I got some Boiga dendrophila dendrophila that we’re supposed to have been converted from live lizards (in Europe) to pinkies but unfortunately only one has converted to pinkies and I was able to try a dead lygodactulus today with the other and it took. I had tried dead baby leopard geckos in the past but with no joy.

Does anyone breed feeder geckos here in the Uk?

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I’m happy to have any unfortunate deceased day gecko species
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It's probably worth speaking to any reptile shops near to you, they will usually happily give you any lizards that have died.
One option could be to maintain a colony of mourning geckos. Being parthenogenic they just keep on laying fertile eggs.
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Old 22-07-2019, 11:11 AM
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It's probably worth speaking to any reptile shops near to you, they will usually happily give you any lizards that have died.
One option could be to maintain a colony of mourning geckos. Being parthenogenic they just keep on laying fertile eggs.
I had thought of mourning gecko breeding. I’ve been assist feeding tails recently so I may have to get some and hide from the wife and kids lol
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