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    Default New geckos (Quedenfeldtia, Alsophylax, Geckoella)

    I got some new geckos not to long ago, and thought I would share some pics of some rarely seen geckos.

    Quedenfeldtia moerens



    Alsophylax pipiens



    Geckoella albofasciata


    Blaesodactylus antongilensis
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    I like the Blaesodactylus antogillensis, can you give more info on them. I can't find them online

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    I really like the looks of them. I think I accidentally added another L in it. Try looking up Blaesodactylus antongilensis. I've been told they eat fruit.
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    Very nice new additions!
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    So you got the albofasciata, nice!! Hopefully Jon can hook you up with a mate so you can breed them!!

    Nice pickups, I also like the Blaesodactylus.
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    I love the last ones, how big is it?

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    Very nice acquisitions Bob. Especially the Blaesodactylus and Q. moerens. The latter are active buggers and I'm hoping to get some eggs from mine in due time. Hope you've got somewhere nice and dark for the Geckoella- that was a deterring factor for me. Good luck with your breeding efforts.
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    Last one looks really nice!

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    Thanks everyone. I got the G. albofasciata, he is much better looking in person. I'm on a waiting list for a female, I might contact some people in Europe to see if they have any available. The G. albofasciata is in my dark gecko room that gets very little light, and I have black construction paper covering the sides, even during the day it is very dark. That Blaesodactylus is about 6 inches long, and I should be getting a female within the next couple of months. I also got a female Matoatoa brevipes, I'm still waiting for a male. And I have more geckos coming next week.
    Last edited by Bob; 10-15-2009 at 09:33 PM.
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