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51 products

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Arcadia

Reptile Lights, Hoods, Fixtures

$65.99 USD
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Arcadia

Reptile Lights, Hoods, Fixtures

$65.99 USD
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Pangea

Reptile Food

From $7.99 USD
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Pangea

Reptile Food

From $7.99 USD
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Talis Us

$24.99 USD
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RSC

Reptile Food

From $8.99 USD
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Pangea

Reptile Food

From $7.99 USD
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Pangea

Reptile Food

From $8.99 USD
 per 

Arcadia

Reptile Lights, Hoods, Fixtures

From $59.99 USD
 per 

Pangea

Reptile Food

From $6.99 USD
 per 

RSC

From $169.99 USD
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Galapagos CPD

Reptile Housing Accessories

From $15.99 USD
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Repashy

Reptile Food

From $12.99 USD
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Komodo

Reptile Housing Accessories

From $25.99 USD
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Repashy

Reptile care & health

From $10.99 USD
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Zoo Med Laboratories CPD

Reptile Food

From $7.99 USD
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Lugarti

Reptile & Amphibian Supplies

$32.99 USD
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Repashy

Reptile Food

From $12.99 USD
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Crested Gecko: An Essential Guide For Beginners And Enthusiasts

The crested gecko or eyelash gecko (Correlophus ciliatus) is a species of gecko native to southern New Caledonia. In 1866, the crested gecko was described by a French zoologist named Alphonse Guichenot. This species was thought extinct until it was rediscovered in 1994 during an expedition led by Robert Seipp. Along with several other New Caledonian gecko species, it is being considered for protected status by the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna.

Crested Geckos, indigenous to New Caledonia, have garnered substantial interest as exotic pets due to their unique features and easy care requirements. These fascinating creatures, known scientifically as Correlophus ciliatus, possess noteworthy semi-prehensile tail allowing them to navigate their natural habitats with ease.


Keeping a Crested Gecko as a pet can be a fulfilling experience because of their docile nature, moderate size, and long lifespan that can stretch up to 20 years with proper care. Their eye-catching skin patterns and crested appearance lend them a unique charm highly sought after by exotic pet enthusiasts. Additionally, they provide endless fascination due to their nocturnal nature and arboreal lifestyle.


Understanding the care demands is critical for sustaining the health and happiness of your Crested Gecko. This encompasses knowledge on feeding requirements that generally include a diet of fruits, insects, and commercial Crested Gecko food. Moreover, awareness about their habitat necessities involving suitable temperatures, humidity levels and the provision of climbing opportunities are vital for their wellbeing. Getting acquainted with these essential facts ensures a thriving environment for your Crested Gecko and enriches the pet keeping experience.