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Housing dart frogs with mourning geckos?

TortoiseRacket

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They reproduce asexually, and they’re all females. So no. In fact, it’s hard to keep their populations down, and if you don’t discard of the eggs, they can hatch in the enclosure without any incubation.
Wow! If you need to keep the population down, feel free to message me through the forum!
 

TortoiseRacket

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New York
They reproduce asexually, and they’re all females. So no. In fact, it’s hard to keep their populations down, and if you don’t discard of the eggs, they can hatch in the enclosure without any incubation.
Since they’re asexual, do they need another female to stimulate a male. I’ve seen lizards do that on the documentaries.
 

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