Can anyone sell on this site?

Anyone who is fair and honest is allowed to sell in the Reptile Room. There is no requirement to be a breeder or have a business licence.

Follow the instructions to get started.

What do I need to do to sell on this site?

Get a seller’s account approved by reading our selling guide.

Why does my store not appear in the Seller's Directory?

Members of the Basic Membership package are listed in a mature market’s Seller Directory.

Ads continue to appear as normal, and your store page can still be accessed via the ads.

What happened to the new ad I created?

Here’s a list of reasons why you may not be able to find your ad.

The results of specific searches are stored for up to 30 minutes on our website. These results do not include your inventory view.

There may be a delay of up to 2 hours before the trait index page updates with your item count. If there was no such trait before, then the label will not be seen until now.

Did you include genes and/or traits in the advertisement?
Did you include a photo with the ad? If not, it will rank much lower.
Is there an ID on the ad? Otherwise, it will not be discoverable in certain searches such as ‘latest ads’.
Has the ad expired? A brand new ad shouldn’t have expired.
Are you approved to sell on your account? Your inventory page will display a big red warning if you don’t.

In general, ads can take up to several hours to appear in all searches and indexes. To help you get the quickest response, please let us know which ad you expect to see on our site after waiting this time period.

How come my heterozygous animal doesn't show up?

The term gene refers to a genetic characteristic, such as albinism. This gene can express itself in a variety of ways, including “het albino”, “possible het albino”, or “visual albino”.

If you search for the albino gene, all the animals with that gene will be returned, but if you search for a trait, only the animals with that specific expression will be returned.
Heterozygous albinos can be found in the following ways:

Click on “het albino” to view the gene index. Click on “albino” to view all albinos.

When using Basic Search or Advanced Search, type “het albino”, “100% het albino”, etc.

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