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Located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. An Alberta Leopard Gecko Breeder.
I currently breed various morphs of Leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius) and have worked with them since 2003. I strive to provide the healthiest and highest quality geckos I can and proudly provide them to my customers at the best value.
Here are some Caresheets I have been working on:
(Some are still being worked on at the moment)
• African Fat-tail Gecko (Hemitheconyx caudicinctus)
• Tokay Gecko (Gekko gecko)
• Chinese Cave Gecko (Goniurosaurus Luii)
• Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)
Here at Clark's Geckos, we strive to produce some of the finest quality geckos available. We have been working with Rhacodactylus ciliatus for 5 years now and quite a few other species of Rhacodactylus for 3 years. As of 2006 are no longer working with R. ciliatus but, our collection of R. l. henkei has grown quite a bit to include Nuu Ana, Super Ana, Yellow Spot Super Ana, Nuu Ami, Island E, and the following Mainland locales of R. l.leachianus Light Yate, C. f. Dark Morph and Tweed Morph.
Gecko Ranch Mission Statement
To provide education, quality captive bred geckos and related husbandry supplies to customers. Gecko Ranch customers are supported from time of purchase throughout the life of the gecko.
To specialize in captive propagation of rare and endangered Phelsuma (Day Geckos).
GECKOSUNLIMITED.COM is intended for the exchange and dissemination of gecko husbandry information between gecko enthusiasts. I also strive to offer the highest quality captive-bred geckos at reasonable prices in order to fund research and new projects.
Heather Rae Reptiles specializes in the captive care and breeding of various geckos. We provide our customers with the highest possible quality geckos. We have also expanded our horizons and now offer reptile care products such as lighting, substrates, cages and vitamins. Be sure to check out what we carry under the supplies button found above. We will do our most to offer you the best price possible on whatever you may need.
This site was originally conceived in July 2002 with the aim of sharing our passion for reptiles online through photographs of our collection.
Since then it has grown considerably to provide one of the largest 'original' photo galleries online whilst also providing Care Guides written through our own experiences, some of which have become the main source of vital care information for certain species.
You will also find a huge list of available Captive-Bred offspring from the species we currently breed, some of which have never previously been available as captive bred before in the UK
For over thirty years, Tim Tytle has acquired geckos from around the world to produce a captive bred collection unlike any other. Tim Tytle pioneered husbandry techniques that herpetoculturists continue to follow today.
This website is dedicated to bringing you all the information you could ever want about your Leopard, African fat tail, or Pictus gecko! If you are searching for a particular bit of information, and it is not listed on this site, post your question on the forum and it will be quickly answered by our team of experts!
Welcome to GeckoList.com! We're still looking for care sheets, photos, and general information you may have for ANY gecko species. Anyone who submits one of these items for inclusion on this site will receive a free "Featured Breeder" spot for the species for a minimum of one month (we'll give more time if your content is worth more!).
The objective of the Gekkonid Research OrganizationTM is to accurately and efficiently categorize, store and maintain information regarding any and all lizards in the monophyletic clade, Gekkota. This site is based mostly on commonly accepted taxonomy and will incorporate a great deal of phylogenetics. Any new updates will be recorded on this page and GROTM kindly asks that you be patient as this site is a huge undertaking and is going through massive changes.
The Global Gecko Association (GGA) is dedicated to gecko enthusiasts worldwide. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in gekkonids, from the professional herpetologist to the hobbyist.
The GGA is an organization committed to promote interest in gekkonids in a variety of ways, from responsible captive care, to study in the wild, conservation, academic research and beyond. Furthermore, the GGA will serve people who are interested in gekkonids by providing a voice and means of communicating and sharing of resources and ideas.
Hello there, Welcome to my site. Here you can find all the information you will need for successfully keeping and breeding geckos. Whether you are an experienced herpetologist or a beginner hobbyist, this site contains all the info you will need.
If there are any queries or questions you need answers to, please feel free to email me.
Thankyou for visting, enjoy your stay, and if you wouldn't mind, please sign my questbook. Thanks.
Appearance:In general, geckos may be divided into 2 primary groups: species with immovable, or fixed, eyelids (Gekkoninae, Teratoscincinae, and Diplodactylinae), and species which possess a movable eyelid (Aleuroscalabotinae & Eublepharinae). Geckos which possess fixed eyelids can be further divided on the basis of the presence (arboreal), or lack of presence (generally terrestrial), of sub-digital lamellae.
We have many other species documented in
similar fashion which are listed on our home page, in the 8. Links - Species Specificsection.