Northampton Reptile Center explains that in the day, frog-eyed geckos should be exposed to low levels of UV rays and temperatures ranging from 85 to 90of. This could be achieved by using a 40-watt basking bulb.
They still need to be kept warm at night with a temperature of 80of. This may be a challenge, since frogeyed geckos need complete darkness at night. Heating mats would be a better option to keep them warm at night.
“They need to be always dry,” adds Bert. They should be kept in a dry substrate to keep the humidity low. However, choosing the right kind of substrate can be a bit tricky. Their substrates should not be too loose for the geckos not to swallow them. Using just about any special sand bought from a pet store won’t do, especially if it has calcium in it.