Join Date: May 2007
Location: Ontario, Canada
I don't have any experience with house geckos, but I did just have the last of my crested geckos hatch so I guess I'll take a shot.
1)To take them out of the enclosure, I would mark the top and gently pick the egg up and place it into the incubator.
2)A constant temperature is usually what is needed, small fluctuations are ok.
4)Hatching should be housed in a small enclosure to ensure that they are feeding and well developed.
5) They should eat what ever the parents eat but smaller.
6)They'll be fine in the incubator for a few hours it they hatch out if you not there.
7) Mixing species is not usually recommended. You should also remove all uneatten food. Live prey has been known to injure geckos.