How to Bread Crusted Geckos!

If you are looking for info on how to bread eyelash crusted geckos, today’s the day to learn everything u need to no!

Theres arite way and rong way too do it. Breading crusted not like lepard geico’s, they stay moist an not to hot.

You need male or female geicos.

Yellow Flame Crested Gecko

Yallo hariquin geico

If they related, they will still have babys! This is called inbreading and its very bad!

The pregnet geico is called graved. Females get graved. Males have buglies, that’s how you tell males when you sext them.

Breading suplise you need are a laid box for laiding the egs and a box to hach the egs and a box to keep babys in. Very cheep an dont coast much.

The just station time for the egs is abut to or 3 months so check on them!

Crusted gecko babys can get loos so be carful. Your spoost to sepret them from parent who can et them. Cannabils. Also tail dont go back on an no tri glue it dont work.

Wait do they eat? Careing for babys is like adults, they need food. Use paper toels so babys dont get impacked. Give food in small bowels and they can eat with there tounge. So cool!

You can feed cricuts but not eelworms. Otherwise get poo problums.

This works on all the crusted morphs like pine striped, tiggers, hariquin and try colored and dalmation spotes. An all collars like oringe, yallo an rad.

Are captive breaded geicos can bite! Gentle handle.

Next time we tell about euromatics breading!!!

New Show in Town

It’s been a while since we’ve vended at a show or posted animals for sale. Life gets busy! But we couldn’t pass up an opportunity to grab a spot at a new local Phoenix show sponsored by our friends at Predator’s Reptile Center. We are sharing a table with the great folks at Hungry Hungry Geckos, who have some amazing critters!

The aptly named Predator’s Reptile Expo is April 29-30th 2017 and will be located at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Phoenix-Mesa/Chandler.


Predators Reptile Expo
April 29-30, 2017

Holiday Inn & Suites
1600 S. Country Club Dr.
Mesa, AZ 85210

Saturday 10am – 5pm
Sunday 10am – 4pm

Adult tickets are $10, Kid tickets are $5. Parking is FREE! You don’t want to miss out, some of the best reptile breeders and suppliers will be there.

The expo includes educational reptile shows both Saturday & Sunday, from 11am-12pm & from 2-3pm.

For more show info, call 480-668-6369.

See you there!

For Sale: Unsexed Juvenile Crested Gecko – Bumble

Price: $125.00 Out of stock

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Bumble is an unsexed, juvenile harlequin crested gecko from our tricolor project, out of Bento and Tom Servo. Beautiful white portholes! Bumble is a possible tricolor – it’s difficult to predict in young geckos as the cream color tends to creep in with time.

Hatched on 7/14/2014. 3 grams as of 4/4/2015.

For Sale: Phantom Pinstripe Crested Gecko Pair

Price: $500.00 Out of stock

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We are offering these two as a potential breeding pair of grey “phantom” pinstripe crested geckos. These geckos have not yet been introduced to each other, but since they are unrelated and so similar in appearance we’d like to offer as a pair. The first four pics are of the female, the last three are of the male. They are very well-matched!

We acquired OperaMan as a juvenile in 2010 from AC Reptiles. Despite the name, she is 100% female! She has no spots and is 40.5 grams as of 4/4/2015.

Shrubbery is the offspring of Bastard and Abraxas as part of our pinstripe project. Hatched 10/17/12, he has a few scattered spots and is 31 grams as of 4/4/2015.

These geckos are not currently housed together so should be quarantined separately for at least 2 months. The male should be a little heftier at that time, to better match the female in size.

For Sale: Unsexed Juvenile Crested Gecko – Skora

Price: $150.00 Out of stock

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Skora is an unsexed, high-percentage partial pinstripe juvenile crested gecko from a cross between our pinstripe and tricolor harlequin lines. Skora is out of Auspice (Lucas X Bento) and Rhizome (Abraxas X Sienna) and is a sibling to a full pinstripe. If you are looking to breed pinstripes with high pattern, this little guy or gal would be a great addition to your collection!

Hatched on 9/25/2014. 2 grams as of 4/4/2015.

For Sale: Female Crested Gecko – Bastard

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Price: $250.00 Out of stock

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Bastard is a harlequin, partial pinstripe female gecko we purchased from Jasper Sailfin Geckos as a juvenile in 2010. The first four pictures are recent as of April 2015 and the last two pictures above are older pics when she was a sub-adult. You can see her orangish-cast has faded to cream. She has a short tail, possibly due to tail nip.

Proven breeder who would work in multiple projects:

  • She has several spots, and her offspring tend to display spots as well – some are large “inkblots” so she would work well in a high pattern dalmatian project.
  • She has had one “phantom” pinstripe offspring (a male named Shrubbery) when paired to a standard pinstripe male.

41 grams as of 4/4/2015.

Top 5 WORST Reptile Substrates

Finding the right type of substrate, or bedding, for your reptile can be very difficult. Whether you are working with a tropical gecko or a desert lizard, it’s important to know what to look for. It has to be safe, free of dust, non-toxic, non-irritating, absorbent, and not likely to be eaten – or at least be passed through the digestive system if it is.

Some substrates that are good for one environment type are not necessarily good for another. Similarly, some bedding is good for one type, but dangerous for another. You need to know your reptile species!

When it comes to choosing a bedding, use common sense. Any brand of pet litter that advertises clumping or scoopable is going to be a problem – this includes corn cobs, clay litter, and any kitty litter, which often contains clumping agents like bentonite and silica. Things that clump will stick to tongues and get into food; once swallowed, they can wreak havoc on the intestines. Sharp particles can also get into the mouth or cloaca and cause irritation and infection. Skin irritation can also occur – although scales look tough, reptiles actually can have rather delicate skin. Pet litters are often very dusty and can cause respiratory issues.

Don’t use sharp rocks, such as un-sanded, rough lava rock, as decoration, and avoid stones and gravel altogether for bedding, as they don’t cushion falls for climbing reptiles and are not good for burrowing. You can use them for a drainage layer, but they can be heavy so be cognizant when putting together a naturalistic enclosure. Larger, smoother stones are best for decor.

There are many options when it comes to reptile enclosures. So while there isn’t always a definitive BEST substrate, there are some contenders for the WORST. Especially ones that are specifically marketed to reptile keepers despite known concerns voiced by hobbyists and vets.

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For Sale: Female Crested Gecko – RC #11

Price: $225.00 Out of stock

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RC-#11 is from our friend and local breeder Rob Clark of Four Peaks Reptiles. High-percentage partial pinstripe harlequin female crested gecko. 23 grams as of 1/24/2015.