color and body pattern of this species is variable, but
it is usually a pale to dark brown with a striped, marbled,
or banded pattern. A red-striped phase is sometimes available
and is considered to be quite desirable by gecko enthusiasts.
||4" to 6 " (SVL)
||15 or more years
||Central and southern New
||It should be high instead
of wide. (e.g. Wooden
||As it is Arboreal, a lot
of branches are needed to climb and stay on (e.g. Habba
Tree , Sand-Blasted
||Soil, moss (e.g. Forest
Bed , Forest Moss),
barks (e.g. Repti Bark,
give heat and help monitoring by infrared lamps (e.g.
Nightlight Red Bulb, Infrared
Heat Lamp) where the light is invisible for it but
||22 - 26 ¢XC -- day
(e.g. Daylight Blue Bulb,
Basking Spot Lamp)
20 - 23 ¢XC -- night (e.g. Nightlight
Red Bulb, Infrared
Heat Lamp, Ceramic
||75 - 85 %
||a large water dish (e.g.
Rock water dish)
should be available to access all the time
||Optional, a place for
its privacy, security and sleep by day.
Possibllites include caves (e.g. Habbe
Hut, Heat Cave), etc
(both plant and meat-eating)
|| mashed fruits, different
flavors of canned baby foods (e.g. banana, pears, peaches,
apricots, Hawaiian delight)
||insects, worms, etc
often to feed?
||4 - 5 times a week for
hatchlings to juveniles;
3 - 4 times a week for subadults to adults
||Remove all the remaining
insects because they (specially crickets) will be harassing
it at night, resulting stress.
Food items should be no larger than 1/3 of the size of
; Breeding usually occurs from March to September. It
produce two soft-shelled eggs every 4-6 weeks, will lay
about 4-5 clutches in a season.