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   Dwarf Yellow Headed Gecko (Lygodactylus luteopicturatus)


Diet: Crickets, Butter Worms, Phoenix Worms, and other grubs. Make sure to dust the insects with a multi-vitamin supplement as they will not get the natural vitamins they would from a diverse diet in the wild. They should also be offered fruit baby food.

Adult size: 4- 5 inches long.

Dwarf Yellow Head Geckos are some of the most fascinating small geckos out there. They are arboreal and diurnal. Love to climb, coming down to the ground only to feed if have to but prefer to feed on Fruit Flies and glass climbing cockroaches. They love to back by the heat lamp. Though a UVB light is not required necessary, it’s good to turn it on ones in a while to help with digestion of Calcium and Bone. It’s very important to dust the feeders in multi-vitamins every second feeding. If fed Calcium too often, it is possible for them to develop Stones which will prevent them from urinating, thus followed by death. Males are quite territorial, so no more then one per cage should be kept.
They seem to prefer to be kept at 82- 88*F, with humidity ranging from 20- 60% thru out the day. The cage must have lots of plants as Dwarf Yellow Head Geckos will use them for hiding and will reduce their stress. Ventilation is important to keep the mould from causing any problems.


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