Leachianus We currently work with Moro Island locality leachianus. We are also growing up a pair of Nuu Ana. A baby just pipped. If you look closely, you can even see the egg tooth. When feeding babies a diverse diet, we noticed that some would start skipping certain flavors and waiting for their favorites to come back through the rotation. We now feed our babies primarily only two flavors. Fig & Insects, and Fruit Mix with Insects. Both of these are served mixed 50/50 with Growth & Breeding with insects. Sometimes we like to “flavor it up” and add in fresh or frozen fruits. Our favorites are frozen wild blueberries and mango. Sometimes we will even add in multi-floral honey. Consistency should be smooth and almost an applesauce thickness. It will thicken a little more over the next several minutes. Babies don’t eat much. I like to imagine that their stomachs are half the size of their heads. No need to supply more than they can eat. I supply new food three times a week. A typical setup for a hatchling leachianus. Very similar to how we setup other New Caledonian geckos. A baby leachianus about a month old. The clutch mate is shown below. There seems to be a fair amount of diversity in colors even between clutch mates. Jami holding a Moro Island (E) Leachianus male. How we house our leachianus pairs. A 36x18x36 front opening exoterra with several large pieces of cork.