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Angulated Dwarf Gecko

Overall satisfaction

4/5

Acquired: Online breeder / seller

Gender: Female

Appearance

1/5

Health

3/5

ActivityLevel

5/5

Temperament

4/5

Easy to provide habitat

3/5

Easy to handle

2/5

Visibility

5/5

Easy to clean and maintain habitat

3/5

Easy to Feed

4/5

Easy to provide environmental needs

3/5

Small, brown, and entertaining

By

Richmond, Virginia, United States

Posted May 08, 2010

These small, highly active lizards are fun to watch.

Care requirements are the same as Lygodactylus williamsi--temps of 80 with a 90F basking spot, humidity between 60 and 80%, UVB light.
A vivarium with lots of cover is essential, and a well-planted naturalistic vivarium is suggested.  Spray with water once or twice a day for drinking.

Diet is the same as L. williamsi, but they can be fed more, as they won't overeat quite as heavily.  Dusted 1/8 inch crickets, flightless fruit flies, mini-mealworms, etc, and CGD or fruit puree with calcium. 

These animals tend to be a bit more skittish and high strung than L. williamsi, so handling is definitely not recommended.  10 gallon or 12X12 cube vivarium is recommended for 2 animals.  No more than one male per cage.  Females are less aggressive than L. williamsi.

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