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Q: Mourning Gecko Breeders in the US?
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hupababy83

I'm looking for a Mourning Gecko Breeder that is state side. I found one in like Russia, or somewhere in Europe,  but he did some type of exsperiment, (not sure what kind) on them and I don't know if its even possible to ship over seas. Can someone please help me? Having a online search brain fart here.

Here is the web page I visited http://www.globalgeckos.com/index.html

Any suggestions would be great and appreciated!


Points: 50
Topics: Knowledge Base
Tags: Breeders, Buying, Gecko, Lepidodactylus, Mourning, Shipping
Species: Lizards > Geckos > Lepidodactylus lugubris
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Accepted Answer 8/11/2009 6:44:50 PM

FyreFocks
Royalreptilia.com

I believe Limey has some, though they may not be listed on his site. Send him an email.
 
Assisted Answer 8/11/2009 7:23:30 PM

Sparkle
I have a frend with a couple, they are regularly sold at the big reptile show by me (twice a month).  Are you looking for some special color/morph?  I can send you one...
 
Assisted Answer 8/11/2009 9:32:06 PM

TVR
daygecko.com  They are the cheapest I have found when I had them and she has them just about any time of year.
 
Member Comment 8/11/2009 10:23:22 PM

magsj387
TVR...what was that site again? LOL
 
Member Comment 8/12/2009 7:57:33 AM

EricIvins
Just keep an eye out on Kingsnake - If we're talking about the same Mourning Gecko, they're hemaphrodidic, so reproduction isn't an issue.........
 
Assisted Answer 8/14/2009 6:59:13 PM

Aimee
possibly Black Ink Reptiles. she makes some damn fine geckos, and I think her Mourning Gecko project is recent. if you don't see them under 'available' on her site, send her an e? good luck!
 
Member Comment 1/17/2011 6:45:13 AM

abi21491

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