Posts Tagged ‘tokay gecko hatchlings’

5 Common Causes of Death in Tokay Gecko Hatchlings

Posted on: June 19th, 2013 by JE

Breeding your Tokay geckos doesn’t end after you have successfully bred your male and female geckos. Moreover, the hatchlings do not grow over night. It requires months of waiting before they finally hatch and require that you follow some basic procedures such as proper handling and incubation of eggs, providing good husbandry to the hatchlings, sexing, and more. The hatchlings don’t grow overnight nor do they reach adulthood in just a month.


Anticipating Your Baby Tokay Gecko

Posted on: February 2nd, 2013 by JE

Having satisfactorily keeping your Tokay Geckos, it will grow more at ease in your company and will most likely feel very much at home that it would find time to procreate. Of course if you are keeping a pair of Tokay Geckos or more, you can definitely bread them. Tokay Geckos lay at least a couple of eggs up to three or five pairs depending on how mature and well kept your mother Tokay is. Tokay Geckos always lay in pairs though they may not hatch at the same time. (more…)

Finally She Hatched! But What Do I Do?

Posted on: October 20th, 2012 by JE

Feeding and Care of Tokay Gecko Hatchlings

At last! It all comes to pass. The days of waiting are over – the eggs finally hatched – but what now? Tokay gecko breeding does not end after you have successfully bred your male and female Tokays or hatched your first hatchlings. Tokay gecko breeding also includes caring for the hatchlings.