Can 2 Leopard Gecko females lay in the same laying box
I got into Leos about a year ago and decided to see what I could produce with the unique morphs I have raised over the year, I have alot of experience in breeding snakes, but new to leos. Is it possible for me to house two gravid females in a 20L together and them both lay their eggs in the same box, or is this a bad idea?
There's no reason you can't. You'll experience the same risk of bullying and stress. It's not recommended to house multiple geckos per enclosure, but sometimes you won't see any problems.
I don't believe there will be a problem with fighting, I had them both in the same breeding tank with my male and they got along just fine, I appreciate your input, I also sent u a question from your website about a leo fem u have for sale(BF29) Let me know if she is still available.
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