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    Default Just a few new additions - pics!

    *Disclaimer* I always try to take pictures without flash, but I was so excited to get pics of these guys and the sun was going down, so it is what it is I apologize in advance.

    First up: New sub adult E. vieillardi pair. After my obsession with the Agricolae, it was only a matter of time! These two are only a few months old so they have some more growing to do and I can't wait to see how they turn out.

    BamBam:













    Pebbles:










    Speaking of Agricolae, Gepetto has a new girlfriend. Meet Georgia:








    And...a completely new species that I am really excited about. I recently purchased 2.2 ebenavia inunguis (aka Madagascar Clawless Gecko) and am really intrigued by these guys - lots of personality for a small gecko and they are incredible looking! Their tails are awesome and somewhat similar to some Strophurus species. The orange sections are regenerated, and the brown sections are original. As you can see, some fared better than others in that department.





























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    Wow some seriously awesome gecks!

    I REALLY love your vieillardi, those are on my *must have* list... at some point... <3

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    Very awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lauraleellbp View Post
    Wow some seriously awesome gecks!

    I REALLY love your vieillardi, those are on my *must have* list... at some point... <3
    Thank you! The vieillardi are really just awesome geckos. I love my Agricolae so these guys were the natural stepping stone "up", and they certainly don't disappoint. Their slightly larger scales and brighter colors are awesome. Hard to capture in pictures, but Pebbles has an almost blue-green tint to her - very neat in person!

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    Very awesome!
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    Is it weird that I like the regen tails...? What an interesting species! And I LOVE Bam Bam and Pebbles. Just beautiful little ones.

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    Very nice geckos in this thread. But, I'm super jealous over the ebenavia inunguis! Haha.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mischiefunit View Post
    Is it weird that I like the regen tails...? What an interesting species! And I LOVE Bam Bam and Pebbles. Just beautiful little ones.
    Not weird! The four of them all have different tails - ranging from tan and brown to orange and white, and the more regenerated ones are definitely my favorites. They are really wild looking

    Quote Originally Posted by Aquira View Post
    Very nice geckos in this thread. But, I'm super jealous over the ebenavia inunguis! Haha.
    Thank you! They are a neat species and I hope good things come of this project
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    Those ebenavia inunguis are super cool!! Good luck with them
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    Wow those ebenavia inunguis have intrigued me! I will be on the lookout for those!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustTera View Post
    Those ebenavia inunguis are super cool!! Good luck with them
    Quote Originally Posted by rhacfreak View Post
    Wow those ebenavia inunguis have intrigued me! I will be on the lookout for those!

    Thank you both! They are rather hard to find, but definitely a fun species to keep.
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