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7 June, 00:14

You are breeding geckos and hoping to get a large percentage of female geckos. Your incubator has not been properly calibrated, so when you set the temperature to 78 °F it is actually 83 °F inside the incubator. Will this error cause you to have fewer female geckos than you would expect?

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  1. 7 June, 01:10
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    The gender of leopard geckos can vary depending on the temperature they were incubated in.

    For example:

    Incubating at 80 to 85 degrees will produce females.

    Incubating at 90 to 95 will produce males.

    Incubating anywhere in the middle will produce a mix of genders in your gecko population.
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