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    Nicholas Voorhees of NVGeckos

    Gecko enthusiasts may look at hundreds of pictures of geckos a day through gecko sale sites, Instagram, Pinterest, Youtube, gecko forums and Facebook groups. After awhile, they tend to blur together, but sometimes, certain geckos stand out. I felt this way when I saw pictures of some of the leopard geckos the Nicholas Voorhees of California-based NVGeckos has produced. More

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    How to Become a Product Reviewer

    Reviewing a product is relatively straightforward: purchase a product that you need, use it for awhile and report on its positive and negative aspects. In in effort to broaden its horizons, Gecko Time is taking the step of becoming a product reviewer. This means that we will receive a variety of gecko-related products (which we don’t necessarily need), and will endeavor to provide some useful information about them. More

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    Interview with Brandon Lee of Reptile Maniac

    Reptile Maniac is a great example of an up-and-coming service provided by people who are passionate about reptiles. Backed by extensive research, it utilizes a variety of internet and social media connections to provide information, share photos and answer common questions about the reptiles they are most knowledgeable about, including an increasing variety of gecko species. Gecko Time recently interviewed Brandon Lee, the owner of Reptile Maniac. More

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    Breeding Geckos: Are You Ready?

    Last week’s article explored the requirements for a gecko to be ready for breeding. This week’s article will provide information about what the human in charge of gecko breeding needs to consider in order to have a successful experience. More

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    Is Your Gecko Ready for Breeding?

    In the northern hemisphere, gecko breeding season has been in full swing since the late winter. It’s still early enough in the season to begin breeding, and late enough to contemplate breeding for next season. It’s important that the geckos in question be in good condition for breeding. It’s also important for the hobbyist who is contemplating breeding their geckos to be sufficiently prepared. More

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    New Series: What Goes on in My House?!

    Entering the house of a dedicated gecko keeper can be a weird experience, especially if the gecko “collection” is integrated into the decor of the home.  For many “not your average living room” is an understatement. More

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    Gecko Care: When is Worry Too Much Worry?

    As an experienced gecko keeper and “gecko forum junkie” I respond to many posts from people who have just gotten their first gecko, or are planning to get their first gecko.  They understand that taking care of  a living creature is an important responsibility.  For the most part, they’re concerned about providing the proper care, about figuring out which of the conflicting instructions they see online and from pet stores is correct, and about interpreting their gecko’s behavior correctly.  This all makes sense: with any new undertaking there are concerns about “getting it right”.  The learning curve is steep and usually, with a bit of guidance, the “newbie” gets more comfortable and figures out what to do. More

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