Leopard Gecko Shedding 101: The Expert’s Guide

Skip to content Lizards Frogs Snakes Tortoises Leopard Gecko Shedding 101: The Expert’s Guide October 31, 2019 by Jeff England Seeing your precious pet shedding it’s skin often makes new owner nervous – Why is my leopard gecko shedding? Is he/she sick? Can I stop it? Should it stop it? These are all common questions that we will address in this article. Like all other scaled reptiles, leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius) shed their old skins from time to time. Typically, there’s not much keepers have to do during these occasions, although you will want to monitor your lizard while he goes through the

Breeding Leopard Geckos: The Complete Step-by-Step Guide

Few lizards make better pets than leopard geckos (Eublepharis macularius). They’re small, without being so diminutive that they present husbandry challenges, they’re typically docile and easy to handle, and they are easy to house. They’re also hardy lizards, who can tolerate many of the mistakes beginning keepers make, and they’re available in myriad color and pattern variations. In fact, many of these traits also make leopard geckos ideal for another scenario: captive breeding programs. Leopard geckos are typically very easy to breed, and they make an excellent subject for keepers interested in breeding lizards themselves. Below, we’ll discuss the basic

35 Awesome Leopard Gecko Morphs (With Pictures): The Complete Guide

Leopard Geckos are easily one of the most beloved types of reptiles. They are friendly, docile, and fairly easy to take care of. They are especially attractive among lizards, and even reptile-haters often find them to be irresistibly cute. There are also TONS of different types of leopard geckos (most commonly called morphs), so every reptile owner is sure to find a variation that they love. …but what are morphs? A “leopard gecko morph” is simply a variation in size, coloring, pattern, or other physical features of a leopard gecko. Some morphs are caused by random mutations. Through selective breeding,