Moro X Nuu Ana Leachianus Gecko (#2017)

Description. This Moro Nuu Ana mixed female is available. I was told that both of her parents were pure from Leapin Leachies. One parent was a moro and the other was a nuu ana. She has nice peppering in her bars and also some pink. She also has a yellow spot on her side that is noticeable when she is fired down. The male that I had paired her with late last season was a bit rough with her, so he is now with a new female. She has a little scarring on top of her head from the male trying to breed with her. Since they never paired I didn’t get any fertile eggs out of her. I’m short males so her and a few others are being listed for sale. I will have more pictures of her on my Facebook page. Kawaii Reptiles
Moro X Nuu Ana
Leachianus Gecko Adult
Rhacodactylus leachianus
Sex:
Traits:
Moro Nuu Ana
Origin:
Domestically Produced
Birth:
2017
Weight:
203g
Diet:
Meal Replacement

Seller:

MorphMarket

Member

Location:
Atlanta, Georgia United States of America flag

Price:
US$1,400.00
Shipping:
55.00-85.00 (Domestic)
Offers:
Firm Price
Trades:
No Trades
First Posted:
04/26/21
Last Renewed:
11/18/21
ID#:
2017
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Store policy. Terms:

You must be 18 years old or older to purchase a gecko.

Payments:
I accept cash in person, Venmo, Zelle, and PayPal FF.

Payment plans:
Payment plans are not currently offered. If you need a way to buy a gecko, then I highly suggest you look into PayPal’s line of credit. It’s quick. Gecko/reptile will ship only when it has been paid for in full and the shipping conditions are good.

Color: I try to supply as many pictures as possible to give the interested party an accurate picture of the color of the gecko/reptile I feel that videos often capture true gecko color better than the camera. I can also send videos of the gecko/reptile to any interested party to help them see the true color and personality of the gecko/reptile.

Shipping:
Any shipping will happen Monday through Wednesday between 40 degrees as the overnight low and 85 degrees as the daytime high. Live arrival guarantee as long as the gecko is not delayed. If you would like to purchase insurance in case a gecko is delayed, that is an additional $2.50/$100 of insurance coverage. This insurance is only valid if the package is delayed by fedex. Please read coverage limitations here: https://shipyourreptiles.com/en/get-help/get-help-insurance. New owner must contact me within 30 minutes of the gecko being delivered to inform me as to the condition of the gecko. If I am not contacted within 30 minutes of the gecko being delivered, then the live arrival guarantee will no longer be valid. If the gecko dies in transit you must show me a picture of the box and a video of the gecko within the 30 minutes of it arriving. Please contact me even if the gecko arrived perfectly fine I would still like to know.

There will be no refund if a gecko drops it's tail during shipping. While it has never happened to any of the geckos that I have shipped, it is possible. It is a living creature that can get scared and drop it’s tail at any point during it’s life.

The cost of shipping is non-refundable.

All sales are final after you have received the gecko.

Breeding: I do not guarantee that a male or female will produce fertile eggs. Leachies can be hard to breed and might not like the partner that they are with. Also with females there is no guarantee about their ability to lay eggs. I’m not a vet and can not determine if a female will stop laying eggs or not. .

After the gecko or other reptile arrives and is in your possession, I can no longer control the conditions of it's environment or how it is care for in it's new home. Therefore, I only offer a live arrival guarantee.

If you purchase or trade for one of my geckos or other reptiles in person, then all sales/trades are final. No health guarantee on any geckos or other reptiles picked up in person since you were able to pick out and inspect the overall apparent health of the gecko.

Once you take your new gecko/reptile home it is your responsibility as a new owner to keep track of the gecko/reptile's health and to adequately meet it's needs. I suggest doing your research before you purchase an animal. I'm also always here to answer any questions that you might have about their care. I also suggest weighing the gecko the night you get it home and then again every 3 days for the first couple months. This will help monitor to see if the gecko is eating. Just because there is food in the cage does not mean that the gecko will eat. The transition to a new living environment can be very stressful on the gecko/reptile and if you are not meeting it's needs, then it will not feel comfortable enough to eat.

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About Kawaii Reptiles. I have been working with and breeding crested, gargoyles, chahoua, and leachianus geckos since 2012.