Nova Reptiles

Where color and contrast meets charm.

Specializing in Crested, African Fat Tailed,
Tokay, and Halmahera Geckos.

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Blaptica dubia - Dubia Roach

Posted on June 19, 2012 at 4:25 AM

How to set up and start a dubia colony:

               What you need first of all is a 10 gallon tank or a 10-gallon equivalent sterilite bin to contain your cockroach colony. The sides have to feel slippery to the touch, because if the walls are textured, the roaches can climb out. If the sides are slick and smooth, they cannot escape. I...

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Gehyra marginata - Moluccan/Halmahera Gecko

Posted on May 25, 2011 at 6:00 PM

Gehyra marginata - Moluccan/Halmahera Gecko

               Halmaheras are often mislabeled as “Vorax geckos” or “Gehyra vorax,” but the latter are extremely rare and there is only one confirmed pair in the US. Gehyra marginata, on the other hand, are ...

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Rhacodactylus Ciliatus - Crested Gecko

Posted on April 11, 2010 at 2:12 AM

Rhacodactylus ciliatus – Crested Gecko

          Crested geckos are probably the easiest gecko to keep; that’s why I have so many. They don’t require lighting; they’re nocturnal. They don’t require much heating; they’re from a temperate zone...

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