Leopard Gecko Manual
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Take your lizard knowledge to the next level with the Leopard Gecko Manual. This definitive guide features everything you need to know before bringing home this beloved lizard. Dive into understanding the anatomy and behavior of this fascinating species. You’ll also learn how to craft a healthy diet, design the ideal habitat, recognize signs of disease and how to handle health issues. Detailed information on breeding, egg-laying and incubation make this manual a must-have even for seasoned herp enthusiasts. Written by a team of herpetoculture experts and gecko specialists, this up-to-date and authoritative guide provides reliable guidelines for keepers looking to add a leopard gecko to their vivarium. The second edition is revised and expanded to include new sections on gecko nutrition and feeding, housing, breeding and banded geckos.

Item Number 327406
Weight 1.02 pounds
Dimensions 8 x 8 x 0.42 inches
Format Paperback
Made In China
Subject Care & Health
Author Philippe de Vosjoli, Thomas Mazorlig, Roger J. Klingenberg, Ron Tremper, Brian Viets
Publisher Fox Chapel Publishing
Edition 2nd
Pages 184
Publication Date 10/3/2017
ISBN-10 1620082594
ISBN-13 9781620082591
Season Year-Round
Reptile & Amphibian Type Gecko

About the Author

Philippe de Vosjoli is an expert on reptile husbandry who revolutionized herpetoculture with the Advanced Vivarium Systems series of books. He has written more than twenty books and one hundred articles on the care and breeding of reptiles and amphibians.Thomas Mazorlig has a BS in biology from Cornell University. He was the editor of Reptile and Amphibian Hobbyist magazine and was a former editor of reptile, amphibian, and bird books. Tom has kept a wide variety of reptile species and has bred bearded dragons, chameleons, and colubrid snakes for many years. He lives in South Amboy, New Jersey, with his partner, a cat, four snakes, and a small herd of tortoises.Roger Klingenberg, DVM, was inspired to pursue a veterinary degree due to his love of reptiles. His veterinary specialization in reptiles along with many years of experience keeping numerous types of reptiles has led to his being recognized at the forefront of the field of reptile veterinary medicine and surgery.Ron Tremper is an award-winning herpetoculturist and leading authority on leopard geckos. A former reptile curator at the Fresno Zoo, Tremper went on to breed leopard gecko morphs and historic bloodlines spanning 40 years before retiring in 2020. Brian Viets, PhD is an expert on Temperature-Dependent Sex Determination (TSD) in leopard geckos.