This Gecko gets its name from the cranial bumps that give the appearance of horns or ears, like a "Gargoyle".
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This Gecko gets its name from the cranial bumps that give the appearance of horns or ears, like a "Gargoyle". Other characteristics of this gecko include a thin tail, which will regenerate if it drops off, thin toe pads, and mite pockets found on the rear legs. Gargoyle geckos make interesting vivarium inhabitants. In captivity, these geckos readily accept live foods such as crickets and waxworms. They also will accept fruit mashes and fruit baby food. Males should be housed separately or as a part of a breeding pair or trio with females. Males housed together will often fight. Females are social and can be housed together. Young geckos should also be housed apart because they can be aggressive toward their cage mates.
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Sharon D. Webb - October 7, 2015
I got 2 males and 6 female jones armadillo lizards from you apx 3 years ago.....yesterday I was pleased to find two of the cutest, tiniest babies ever. All the females are fat with babies so I am expecting more today and the next few days. My flame belly armadillo female is fat with babies also. Thanks for the healty well sexed stock. You guys are great. Not sure whether to keep babies in with adults, all adults sleep together crammed in a tiny cave but these little ones would fit in their mouth so I put them in their own set up with pin head crickets and wingless fruit flies. To say I AM THRILLED would be an understatement.
Sharon D Webb - November 9, 2013
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