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Antcatcherpro3's Leopard gecko


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#101 Offline Spazmops - Posted March 30 2021 - 10:05 AM

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He's still sticking with a 10 gallon. That's possibly the biggest issue. Glad to see the substrate change though. 

Wait, a 10 gallon is alright for a baby gecko right? Mine is in a 10 and I’m going to upgrade him to a 30 when he’s an adult, but is a 10 fine for now?

 

It's probably fine as long as the gecko isn't very big yet. As far as I know tank size is generally less of a health issue and more of a happiness and quality of life factor. 


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Ants I have:

1 Formica fusca group- 0 workers

1 Tetramorium immigrans colony-20 workers

1 Dorymyrmex insanus- 1 queen, used to have workers

 

1 large P. occidentalis colony- around 50 workers, plenty of brood

 

 


#102 Offline Antcatcherpro3 - Posted March 30 2021 - 10:39 AM

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My gecko is pretty young.


oop you were talking to swirly.






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