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Old 24-11-2012, 05:16 PM
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Thought i'd show some of the species I have which may catch peoples eye to what is out there to add to there own collections.

Eublepharis m. afghanicus (Leopard)
A great looking leo somewhat smaller than the morph Leo's out there.


Hemitheconyx caudicinctus (Fattail)
I've a WC pair of these and looking forward to breeding then for the first time next year.


Hemidactylus imbricatus (Viper)
Enjoyed breeding these little guys this year. Great lively geckos.


Goniurosaurus luii (Chinese cave)
Stunning looking gecko's. The contrast between the tangerine and black deffinately catches the eye.


Goniurosaurus araneus (Vietnam Tiger)
Been waiting a long time to aquire this species. Can't wait to see the first baby to pip.


Goniurosaurus kuroiwae (Okinawa)
Had a great season with these guys this year. Already looking forward to next year.


Coleonyx elegans (Yucatan Banded)
A great gecko to observe. Very monitor looking ing the way they move and appearance.


Nephrurus levis (Knobtail)
One of the cutest geckos out there.


Underwoodisaurus milii (Barking)
Love these guys. Another gek with those big cute eyes.


Strophurus ciliaris (Spiney tail)
Keeping with the Ausie theme, my only sticky feet!!Stunning species though.


Pachydactylus rugosus (Thick Toe)
If you like spikey geks....You'll like these


Pristurus carteri (Scorpion)
Funky looking guys. Their heads are very bird like.Think this one forgot that she's terrestial.


Ptenopus garrulus (Barking)
Great little gek with a bulldog head!!


Teratoscincus keyserlingi (Giant Wonder)
One of my favorite species. The colours/markings on this girl are stunning. Got two pairs now so fingers crossed for next year.


Terantola chazlia (Helmeted)
Bred these great little geckos for the first time this year....well chuffed!!


Holodactylus africanus (African Clawed)
Fascinating little gecko.Got the husbandry right. Need to set the group up now and leave them to it.
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Goniurosaurus luii/araneus/bawanglingensis
kuroiwae/orientalis/yamashinae/splendens
Pachydactylus rugosus/mariquensis/barnardi/tigrinus
Nephrurus levis/deleani
Eublepharis fuscus/turcmenicus
Coleonyx elegans/variegatus/mitratus/brevis
Holodactylus africanus
Hemidactylus echinus
Ptenopus garrulus/kochi/carpi
Paroedura masobe

Phrynosoma platyrhyno/P.p.calidiarum/P.modestum/P.goodei/P.asio/P.cornutum
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Old 24-11-2012, 05:22 PM
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Some absolutely stunning geckos.

The garrulus, chazlia, carteri and levis are my personal favourites.

But where are the wheeleri?
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Old 24-11-2012, 06:00 PM
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Some absolutely stunning geckos.

The garrulus, chazlia, carteri and levis are my personal favourites.

But where are the wheeleri?
I can't pick out a favourite, as they are all my favourites, truly amazing collection full of variety and beauty! I think you need to make a couple of threads showing your species in depth, I didn't know you owned some of these! Never even seen the gecko who thinks she's arboreal! Very interesting!
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Old 24-11-2012, 06:15 PM
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Levis are so cute, they're next on my gecko list but I'm going for piblarensis
Ive got some ciliaris next month too, they're wicked.
It's nice to see a varied gecko collection
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Old 24-11-2012, 06:41 PM
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Some absolutely stunning geckos.

The garrulus, chazlia, carteri and levis are my personal favourites.

But where are the wheeleri?
Cheers,
I moved my wheeleri on to a pal of mine as looking at expanding the smooth Knobby collection

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I can't pick out a favourite, as they are all my favourites, truly amazing collection full of variety and beauty! I think you need to make a couple of threads showing your species in depth, I didn't know you owned some of these! Never even seen the gecko who thinks she's arboreal! Very interesting!
Variety is the spice of life Marius. Theres loads of gek species out there which are not maunt heavy even for those of us with busy live's

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Levis are so cute, they're next on my gecko list but I'm going for piblarensis
Ive got some ciliaris next month too, they're wicked.
It's nice to see a varied gecko collection
The piblarensis are stunning Chris. Over the next year i'll be looking at expanding my smooth knobby species which, hopefully, will include them.
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Goniurosaurus luii/araneus/bawanglingensis
kuroiwae/orientalis/yamashinae/splendens
Pachydactylus rugosus/mariquensis/barnardi/tigrinus
Nephrurus levis/deleani
Eublepharis fuscus/turcmenicus
Coleonyx elegans/variegatus/mitratus/brevis
Holodactylus africanus
Hemidactylus echinus
Ptenopus garrulus/kochi/carpi
Paroedura masobe

Phrynosoma platyrhyno/P.p.calidiarum/P.modestum/P.goodei/P.asio/P.cornutum
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Old 24-11-2012, 06:47 PM
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The piblarensis are stunning Chris. Over the next year i'll be looking at expanding my smooth knobby species which, hopefully, will include them.
Agreed!
Are you going for the normals or some of the morphs?
I'm looking at getting a couple of hets in march Hamm
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Old 24-11-2012, 07:08 PM
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Stunning!!!.
I'm thinking about getting a subspecies of Leo like an afghanicus, may I ask how much it was and where you got it?
Again, lovely geckos!!!
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Great collection Larry and some very rare unusual stunning species that not many of people will not no about never mind seen mate and the kuroiwae still my favourite
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Wow you have some super stunning geckos there
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stunning ,vipers the best
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