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Black Night

Hatch Date

15 June 2021




Outgoing and Sweet



Meet Reggie, our stunning Black Night Leopard Gecko, a captivating addition to our collection. Acquired in April 2022, Reggie's unique trait of fluctuating in color from vibrant yellow to solid black fascinated us during his early days. However, as he matured, Reggie settled into his distinctive solid black hue, becoming a striking presence in our gecko family.

Reggie's journey with us began as a beloved pet, and he will one day return to his original owner when he's ready for retirement, where he'll bask in all the joys of pet life once again. What initially drew us to Reggie was his exceptional structure; he boasts an impressive size and a head shape that stands out among other Black Night geckos. 

Additionally, Reggie's lovely temperament and photogenic nature make him a joy to care for and a delight to photograph. With his captivating appearance and endearing personality, Reggie holds a special place in our hearts as a beloved member of our gecko family.


In an effort to be transparent, we share photos of where our geckos actually live. We don't believe geckos should spend any time outside of quarantine on barren paper towels and minimal space. All our healthy adult geckos are provided with loose substrate, cycled enrichment, and a varied diet.

Reggie's Enclosure

Size: 95x45x45cm Enclosure 

Substrate: Arcadia Earth Mix Arid

Reggie is housed in a 3 foot vivarium and enjoys all the trimmings. Given his history as a pet, and his size, I felt it was only right that he has access to everything life as a Leopared Gecko has to offer.

He seems to enjoy having the ability to stare at me while I work, presumably hoping to mind control me into buying some waxworms.

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Meet the Family

A photo of the geckos Sire, or father


Black Night

Owned By


A photo of the geckos Dam, or mother


Black Night

Owned By



Some information may be missing, as we either did not get the information upon purchasing the animal, or they have not yet produced offspring.

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