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    Re: Gargoyle Gecko house?

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    Sorry for all the questions. I will go ahead and order the glass tank and some bigger bags of the Pangaea's he tends to prefer. It's nice to feel more confident in what I'm buying. Is it better to have the little dish at the bottom of the tank or should I get one of the bowls that suctions to the side? Lex seems to spend more time climbing than on the ground. Maybe some plants for more coverage and decoration? All he currently has is the mayan-esque statue thing that came with the starter kit my friend bought.
    With any arboreal species it's always best to keep their food of the ground to keep it cleaner longer, not a fan of suction cup dish as they can loose suction, I would instead recommend the magnetic ledge, a little more expensive but the magnets are strong https://www.pangeareptile.com/store/...ion-ledge.html, whatever decoration you use make sure it is secure and cannot fall on your Garg.
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    Re: Gargoyle Gecko house?

    Quote Originally Posted by Deborah View Post
    With any arboreal species it's always best to keep their food of the ground to keep it cleaner longer, not a fan of suction cup dish as they can loose suction, I would instead recommend the magnetic ledge, a little more expensive but the magnets are strong https://www.pangeareptile.com/store/...ion-ledge.html, whatever decoration you use make sure it is secure and cannot fall on your Garg.
    Thank you so much for all of your help!! I have ordered a magnetic ledge, more Pangaea and some decor plants. A new tank will have to wait for the time being. A con is coming to my town next month and I'm wondering if I could get it cheaper. It's good to know though I haven't been neglecting him per-se while he's been in my care. I appreciate all of your advice!

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