New Leopard Gecko Mutation: the Marble Eye
The Marble Eye is a new recessive genetic eye mutation in leopard geckos that causes the eye to have a three dimensional look. It first popped out in our Tremper (albino) sunglow line. Initially it seemed to be just an eye genetic but it is proving to have some hidden genes that we never thought would be expressed. More
The Spiritual Side of Keeping Geckos
Gecko keepers have been known to discuss endlessly their many reasons for becoming involved in their hobby: intellectual curiosity, enjoyment of breeding and genetics, economic pursuits, among other reasons. This issue of Gecko Time addresses another aspect of caring for geckos that is rarely spoken about openly. More
We’ve Reached 100 Posts!
We’ve reached an enormous milestone at Gecko Time. We turned one year old in March and today we’ve reached one hundred posts! More
True Life: Being a Teen Gecko Breeder
Since I’ve been a little boy I’ve been fascinated by reptiles. When I was a kid I chased lizards, just like any other kid, but I took it a step further. Since that time I evolved into a gecko breeder keeping up to 150 geckos at a time ranging in price from $20 to $600. […] More