Hello everyone firstly sorry about my language,i have a question for you.I have two geckos,one male one female.Male morph is bell albino but im not sure exact morph,female morph is DNG cross Mandarine tangerine ndbe carrot tail.So can i breed them ?
Welcome to the forum!
You can breed any male gecko with any female, but the market value and use as a future breeder will vary. Any gecko where you do not know the exact morph genetics will only have ‘Pet Only’ babies. It’s generally frowned upon to breed geckos with unclear morph genetics for this reason- they would only create more confusion.
If you are right about the morphs, all offspring will look Normal and be 100% heterozygous for both Bell Albino and NDBE. I don’t know know what DNG means, but maybe it’s just because I’m super tired.
Firstly thanks for yout informations i appreciate that.I have a one more question.Generally i take them to outside the terrarium.One day i repeay that again but my female gecko was attacked my male gecko taile.I want to breed them but how can i trust to female gecko ?
You must watch the male and female when you try to get them to breed. Because you are inexperienced, do not keep them in the same terrarium, and don’t have them interact outside of breeding.
Put the male and female in a tub or container, and watch them to see what happens. If the female holds still while the male rattles his tail and approaches her to try to breed, don’t interfere. After breeding, put them back in their separate homes. If the female runs away, attacks the male, acts defensive, or wiggles her tail, separate them immediately, because she is not receptive. They might fight if you leave them together. Only try and breed leopard geckos during their breeding season (will vary depending on where you live).
BUT, again, I do not recommend you breed your male. If you don’t know his morph for sure, any babies he has will have little to no value and be Pet Only. Also it is important for breeding geckos to know not just the morph ID you can see, but also any morph genes they may be carrying; in English technical terms are ‘phenotype’ versus ‘genotype.’
Okay i understand i will not breed them.My male gecko tail skin.Should I watch his tail heal up or will he heal himself on his own?
Make sure it does not have any dirt on it, but leave it alone. Make sure his tank is very clean until it heals. That is a pretty intense failed-breeding wound, so it was very lucky that he did not drop his tail entirely. Hopefully it will heal ok. If you see signs of an infection, take him to a veterinarian for reptiles for antibiotics. Do not leave loose crickets in his cage, as they may bite him.
Thank you sir.