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These Care Sheets are useful guides with general information on how to care for specific species of geckos. The information contained here has been compiled and revised from various reference sources as well as our first hand experience caring for and keeping these species for a number of years. If you have any comments or further questions the care sheets have not answered,such as breeding information please feel free to Contact Us. We’ve made a printable version available for

Leopard Geckos

Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)

Native Range:Most of the Leopard Geckos in captivity are captive-bred from stock collected in Pakistan and adjacent parts of India in the 1980s. In the wild they inhabit dry areas of desert and scrub-land,preferring rocky areas which provide suitable cover. They spend daytime underground,where conditions are cooler and moist,emerging at night to hunt.

Size:Approximately 3-4 inches long at birth,and weigh in at about 4grams. They average about 9-10” in length

African Fat-Tail Gecko

Fat-Tailed Geckos (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)

Native Range:African Fat-tails in captivity are captive-bred from stock collected in Western Africa. In the wild they inhabit dry savannah,moist savannah and semiarid scrub-land areas. They spend daytime underground,where conditions are cooler and moist,emerging at night to hunt. Although imports are still common,captive breeding projects have exploded in the last few years in part dew to the emergence of several new morphs and combos there of.

Size:Approximately 2-2.5 inches long

Cave Geckos

Cave Gecko Goniurosaurus Species

Native Range:The range of the Goniurosaurus genus extends from Vietnam,the southern border of China adjacent to Vietnam,the islands of Cat Ba,Hainan,Ishigaki and Ryukyu which include Okinawa and Tokuno. The Goniurosaurus genus to date (2010) includes 12 species. In the wild their habitats range from tropical to subtropical forest areas which provide suitable cover. They spend daytime in caves and rocky outcroppings of limestone and granite as well as rock piles well

Malaysian Cat Geckos

Malaysian Cat Gecko (Aeluroscalabotes felinus)

Native Range:The Malaysian Cat Gecko,Aeluroscalabotes felinus inhabits the cool montane forests of southern Thailand,Malaysia,and Singapore they have also been found on the island of Borneo,in Sarawak,Sabah as well as Vietnam. There is a sub-species of cat gecko referred to as A. f. multituberculatus. Most of the imports today are the A.f. felinus but from all different locations in their range . To date there are several different eye coloration’s.