Rhacodactylus auriculatus: An Overview
Rhacodactylus auriculatus, or Gargoyle Geckos, are a robust arboreal species native to the Island of New Caledonia. These geckos have a portly build, semi-prehensile tail, and two distinct knob-like structures or “horns” atop their heads that give them their name. More
Breeder Basics: Reptile Rack Systems
Whether you are a hobbyist or breeder, there comes a time when you consider purchasing a reptile rack system to house the growing number of animals in your collection. In this article we will discuss the pros and cons of three of the more popular reptile rack systems on the market. We will also touch on the option of building your own rack system to suit your individual needs and budget.
Gecko Housing Considerations and Resources
Proper housing is one of the most important elements in successfully keeping geckos. Designing appropriate housing has to account for both the geckos’ needs and the needs of their keepers. More
Readers’ Questions Answered: Cresties, Breeding
As crested geckos become more popular, questions about their husbandry arise more often. Feeding and housing are basic concerns and both are addressed in this month’s Readers’ Questions. We have also including a question about breeding, as we approach the middle of the breeding season for many species. More