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Old 18-09-2018, 12:29 PM
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So my female arrived yesterday at 5pm via Creature Courier from Morphcity Reptiles

She has been named Nebula, sticking with a theme as our male is Drax (didn't seem right to name a gecko 'Mantis'!)

Left her to settle in and hoping she will be ready for pairing next year



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Looks gorgeous but I swear the moment I saw her I thought I was looking at an unusual leopard gecko morph :P
Amazing given they are from areas of the world so separated.


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Looks gorgeous but I swear the moment I saw her I thought I was looking at an unusual leopard gecko morph
Amazing given they are from areas of the world so separated.


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Haha they are awesome, a lot smaller than leos surprisingly! But brilliant species to now own, even if I do only see them at night time

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She is amazing.

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Looks gorgeous but I swear the moment I saw her I thought I was looking at an unusual leopard gecko morph :P
Amazing given they are from areas of the world so separated.
They are closely related with both genera being 2 of the 6 that make up the family Eublepharidae.



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She is amazing.


They are closely related with both genera being 2 of the 6 that make up the family Eublepharidae.


Since no one else has I'll share one or two pics of mine.
They're all stunning! Orientalis have always been my favourite Goni, but I do also love the Kuriowae and Araneus I might look at more in the future but for now I'm going to stick with my two
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