I had one egg that decided to take about three weeks longer to hatch than any of my other eggs have. He finally decided to make an appearance Wednesday night. This cute little guy was worth the wait 🙂 Here are some pictures of him with a dime so you can see just how tiny he is. Enjoy!
Today is exactly one year since my very first gecko baby hatched 🙂
I will be vending at the Portland Reptile Expo this year. This will be my first time ever vending at a show! I have attended several but never vended. I’m excited to see what it will be like, and of course nervous too. It takes place August 28th from 9am to 4pm. It’s at the Holiday Inn West right on Riverside in Portland. Here’s a link to some info about it. I hope to see you there 🙂
In other news, Cera laid two more eggs for me yesterday. That brings my total number of incubating eggs to 11. I can’t wait to see what Cera and Spot produce together.
The first little guy was hatched May 31st and the second one (Lucky #13) hatched June 4th. They will be available to go to new homes in a few weeks. Both of them have been eating and growing really well. I am up to 9 eggs incubating now so I’ll be pretty busy in the coming months 🙂
I’ve decided that I’d really like to focus on pinstripes for my future breeding projects because I love how they look. I found a good deal on a breeding pair and they just came in yesterday. Their names are Pumpkin and Zeus and their pictures are in my Adults section. Unfortunately, Pumpkin was upset about shipping and dropped her tail when she arrived. She’s doing much better today so everything should be ok.
Finally…the clutchmate of the baby from last week (#12) decided to make an appearance. I was starting to get a little worried about Lucky#13.
My first baby of the year just hatched! I was so excited to catch it in the process.
I added a really cool pair of geckos to my collection. One is a red female that I named Rose. The other is a harlequin male that I haven’t named yet. Their pictures can be found in my “Adults” section. I’m excited for the babies they might make when they are big enough to breed. Both of them are tame and have cool “personalities.”
We purchased two beautiful new females to add to our collection. You can find their photos on our Adults page. I can’t wait to see the beautiful babies they will produce. After a quarantine of the new girls, we have now moved Momma, Cera, and Allie into a 65 gallon hexagon tank.
Here are some photos of the new tank.
I found two more eggs from Momma today 🙂