Pangea Complete Gecko Food uses a combination of fruits that your frugivorous geckos won’t be able to resist. It has been formulated using only the highest quality ingredients, including All-Natural USA Dried Fruits, Whey Protein Isolate, Bee Pollen, Algaes, Probiotics, Insect-Based Proteins, & more. The ingredients are selected to contain very low levels of Anti-Nutrients like Oxalates and Phytates. No seeds, nuts, seed meal, cereal grains, or high oxalate fruits or vegetables in this gecko diet.
Pangea Watermelon has been one of the most popular diets in the Pangea lineup since its introduction in 2013. This formula is great for gargoyle, leachianus, chahoua, day geckos, and all other fruit-eating geckos. Pangea Watermelon was developed over the course of many years on one of the world’s largest collections of New Caledonian Geckos Its made with over 60% real fruits and gets its protein from Whey Isolate and Egg Whites
Directions: For Growing and Breeding Geckos (feed daily or alternated with live food) For Maintenance (feed 3-5 times weekly) Mix 1 part powder to 2 parts water by volume & adjust to achieve desired consistency. You’re shooting for a consistency somewhere in between ketchup and sriracha. Offer fresh food daily (or according to the recommended frequency above), and remove any uneaten food at each new feeding, or sooner if the food has dried out, begun to mold, or has become soiled. And by “soiled”, yes, we mean if your gecko has pooped in its food dish. They do that sometimes. Please immediately remove and replace and food which has been pooped in.
Prepared mix is good for up to 7 days if refrigerated. Open dry mix is good for 6 months at room temperature or 1 year if refrigerated and stored in its original packaging. Unopened shelf life is 18 months.
Available in 2oz, 8oz, or 16oz sizes
Try all 6 Pangea flavors for a nice variety and well-rounded gecko diet – Apricot, Papaya, Watermelon, Fig & Insect, Fruit & Insect, and Growth & Breeder Formula
Note: In addition to any of the complete diets, we do recommend offering live insects to your gecko’s diet, both for their nutritional value as well as the enrichment the act of hunting will provide. Occasional Live Insect feedings are recommended, but not required. Please review our care sheets for a list of appropriate live feeder insects. When offering any complete diet without supplemental live insect feedings, fresh food must be offered daily even though much of it may not be eaten
**Changes: June 2018 – Removed apple due to unreliable availability and replaced with more of the other fruits. Removed the word “precipitated” from calcium carbonate (irrelevant and takes up space). Added small amount of xanthan gum to reduce separation when mixed. “Dried Coconut Milk” shortened to “Dried Coconut” (no ingredient change). Wording changed from “spirulina” to “algae meal” to leave open the possibility of adding other beneficial algae to the mix. Apple pectin removed as fiber is plenty high without it.