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Hey guys,

We have a small number of P. standingi juveniles ready for release in the next week or so.

All are eating well on a variety of insects (mealworms, crickets, locusts and curly winged flies) and pureed fruit. Subsequently they are growing like weeds (which is typical for this species).

This species grows to approximately 10 inches, and is a little chunkier than P. grandis in my experience. They are also the most docile species in the genus, which makes them great for those who want a little interaction. Their skin IS more delicate than other gecko species, although not nearly as delicate as other Phelsuma. This said, handling individuals should be kept to a minimum unless very experienced.

As ever, we are very happy to answer your questions, and have attached a link to our basic care sheet for this species below:

Care Sheets

The pictures below show an example juvenile (which is one of those available) and a picture of their father.

We will consider offers/ deals on multiple individuals of this species and of P. grandis juveniles (also for sale - separate advert)

Kind regards,

Andy
 

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Some individuals still available, they are growing well and become more accustomed to humans daily.

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