I am very curious as to what various keepers use as best practice methods for quarantine and colony health. While it is commonly accepted that new caledonian geckos are simply not susceptible to these ailments, the reality is that they exist wether we acknowledge them or not. I regularly see breeders do things such as purchase a new animal and immediately pair them with our existing animals, or quarantine them for only a few weeks (I am personally guilty of this, im not throwing stones here) or sending animals out on breeding loan and expecting that everything will be fine. While things may work out for now, sooner or later these practices will catch up with that. We've seen this with other commonly kept reptiles such as campylobacter, leptospirosis, cryptospirosis, nidovirus in various reptile genus, etc. We also need to be concerned with parasites which can be carried by our feeder insects. What are we doing to get ahead of this before we have major problems in our own community?