By Robbie Hamper
After being rediscovered in the mysterious forest of New Caledonia in 1994, Crested Geckos have been successfully captive bred producing hearty, robust, and extremely docile animals. With their wide-eyed, prehistoric look, triangle-shaped heads, and froglike antics, they are quickly becoming the gecko of choice for reptile hobbyists.
The author, Robbie Hamper, draws on a background of science education with over 30 years of herpetocultural experience specializing the last 15 years in Leopard Geckos and Crested Geckos.
In this updated version the author offers advice for the successful keeping and breeding of these wonderful creatures as well as a complete species account of the genus Rhacodatylus.