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To breed leopard geckos you will need a few things to be successful

-First of course will be at least 1 male Leopard gecko and 1-4 female leopard geckos

-You will also need a 10 gallon tank to keep the male in

-Also a 20-30 gallon tank to keep the females in

-A heat mat to heat the cages

-For the female cage you will need a laying box. A plastic sterilite shoebox will work well with a hole cut in the top filled with damp peat moss.

Step 1: Getting the geckos to the proper size to breed

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Leopard geckos should be around 50-75 grams to be able to breed. Some will be much larger, but this is the recommended minimum.
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There is no asbestos in vermiculite. Vermiculite itself does not contain asbestos; it was just the Libby, Montana mine which was contaminated because of the presence in the mountain of a secondary mineral called diopside. (To read more about diopside, go to sites like The Mineral Diopside.) This my have been a "contamination" issue 40 years ago but it is not a threat now.

lemonie5 years ago
Could you add a bit more to determining the sex of the geckos by what temperature you incubate at?