Mkay. Mine isn't going to be used in breeding unless its one of those 'tell entirely by seeing' thing,(and probably not even then) but it's nice to know what he is. I actually thought he was a wild type lol >.> Either way I love my gecko =D
hey i was wondering how your leos were liking the magnaturals hideaway you said you got them, do the use them alot? i was thinking of getting one for my male leo
Thank you very much for the helpful detailed response,. sorry I cant private message you , so I have to post here instead.
I have actually already tried Predator Mite, I have used it on 2 seperate occasions with no luck.
I wil try the Veg oil & q tip & see how it goes.
I was advised by someone (& also read in a couple of articles) to soak in veg or Baby oil, as I had no veg oil at the time, I used Babyoil instead & ended up poisoning some of my beloved geckos, I was truely devestated. So I dont know why people say to use baby oil cos this is a huge no no! I dont know if that can somehow be highlighted in the article, so that no one else makes the same mistake following this advice.
Once again I truly appreciate your help.
I will let you know how I get on.
Hello, I see you are looking for some gecko questions.
Here is a post I made in the Forums but have not yet received a reply that is helpful to treat my geckos, maybe you could please post my question to get answered?
I have pasted it below.
My name is Jess I am new to this forum and I was hoping someone here may be able to help me.
I have just recently found mite in my gecko collection, they are small & dark grey/black in colour, I am pretty sure they are the same as snake mite.
I have contacted several vets here and no one can help me with a treatment.
Can anyone reccomend any treatments?
I want to get rid of them as soon as possible I am worried about them spreading.
thanks for the help gonna take the eggs to my local rep store maybe they can help me too
Hi Aliza, I just thought I'd let you know that my AFT's are doing great. Their colors are not darkening at all. The striped one weighs 43 grams already, and the others are not far behind. I look forward to seeing you at the NEWC this Sunday.