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    Smile First eggs 2007 breeding season

    Here's a pic of the first eggs that were laid this 2007 breeding season for my Leopard Geckos.
    The first to lay was my Bell Albino. The shot is threw the top opening of the nest box. I just turned on the incubator, so I'll move the eggs tomorrow after work.




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    Thats cool! I heard its difficult breeding reptiles. Nice job!

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    how cool is that, how do you know if the eggs are fertilized?

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    elgecko
    could you tell us what is involved in breeding geckos?
    also, how long the whole process takes.
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    Wow that is VERY cool! Good job! Can't wait to see pics of the babies!
    Great Googly Moogly!

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    Leopard geckos are so cool. I hope to get one one day. Good luck with them.

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    Thanks for the comments.

    ozzi1264,
    Some reptile are very hard to breed and other very easy as long as there requirements are met. Leopard Geckos are pretty easy to breed.

    z5guy,
    After a few days in the incubator, you can see quickly if they are fertilized or not. Unfertilized eggs will start to go deflate and get moldy. I have noticed in the past a lot of times the first clutch of eggs the females lay are no good.

    zero,
    I have some info that might be helpful on my Leopard Gecko page:
    http://mysite.verizon.net/elgecko1989/geckos.html


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    THAT is soooo cool too bad they are so expensive. Keep us updated!

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