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    I just thought I'd post a few pics of my Agamura geckos.

    This is a little WC male. I got him late last year and he squeaks a lot.


    This is one of my CB pairs. The female (below) is gravid and has been digging that hole for almost a week now and it's making me a little nervous.


    This little girl was hatched Dec. 2004. I just like the pic.


    Thanks for looking!
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    Very nice.I love Agamera. How many Do you have?Are their any other species/subspecies of Agamera?Thanks,
    Jeff

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    wow congrats! I love them. You have beautiful specimens. I wish there were more CB pairs around!

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    Pics aren't working for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by SGVreptiles
    Very nice.I love Agamera. How many Do you have?Are their any other species/subspecies of Agamera?Thanks,
    Jeff
    Thanks all.

    Depending on who you ask, there is only one species in the Agamura genus. Other species classified in the genus have been moved to Cyrtopodion and back to Rhinogecko. Again, depending on who you ask, there is no subspecies of Agamura persica, just different locale morphologies.

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    where did you get your CB pairs from if you dont mind me asking. All I have ever seen availabe are males.

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    Pics arent working for me!
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    they work fine for me

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    Now they work, that last shot is sweet
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    Quote Originally Posted by palex134
    where did you get your CB pairs from if you dont mind me asking. All I have ever seen availabe are males.
    Hmm. Well, most of them are mine from previous generations. 3 CB females are a cross of Phil Tremper's and Neil Meister's but that was a while ago.

    You will find that males are usually the only thing that pops up in shops and I don't know why. I assume it's because people buy up the females and end up killing them. Agamura is a very, very poor import and gravid females get overstressed and die. Since most imported females are gravid, that might explain why they are harder to find. I don't know if they are TSD but I do tend to get 50-75% female to male hatchlings so CB females should appear as frequently as males.

    Agamura is one of those geckos in the trade that are very distinct but for some reason, they are scattered to a few keepers; just enough to make it look like they are super easy to find. Your best bet is to find one of the breeders for your females. North American shops don't usually get spider geckos from what I understand but from talking to other breeders, there is a lot of inbreeding going on (and crappy geckos).

    Quote Originally Posted by coastalherper
    Pics arent working for me!
    Yes they have disappeared. I'll change the location and see if that works. If not, I'm sorry.

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