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    *Video* Electric blue cave/day geckos (Lygodactylus williamsi)


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    They're amazing geckos!
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    Thank you! I think so, too.

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    That looks so cosy and their colours are beautiful! How many is in there and what are their sexes? What are those plants called?
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    1.3 One male, three females. The females look green with "dusted" gold on them, while the males are bright blue.

    The broad leafed plant on the bottom is a pothos. I'm not sure what the other is.

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    They are beautiful I have never seen them before! How do you keep the plants from dying bb? I never have enough light to keep mine alive.
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    Yeah, plants dont die in there? Very pretty geckos.

    I saved a old madagascar day gecko from a evil little kid. He was sweet. But so much stuck shed on him. Your guys look fantastic. I like day geckos. One of my favorites. But very delicate things.

    I stopped with little reptiles because i wanna handle them also. And i dont think these guys appreciate getting handled. Plus, if they run for it. Have fun catching them on your ceiling.

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    I have a 5.0 uv-b light in there. Pothos are also low light plants.

    Yeah, Neo, these guys are display only.

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