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    Default Pachydactylus(Palmatogecko) rangei

    heres a sneak preview. Sorry the pics are so bad, I didnt want to stress them.


    enjoy

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    Wow!! He is weird but cool looking!!
    Gotta love those eyes!!
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    Man I love the web foots, there eyes are wild!!! Did you get 1 or a pair??

    They are on my wish list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DDReptiles View Post
    Man I love the web foots, there eyes are wild!!! Did you get 1 or a pair??

    They are on my wish list.
    I have a pair, still young though, but it should be summer before I can breed them.

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    Peter,

    Your P. rangei are awesome looking. (I'm still confused about whether they are Pachydactylus or Palmatogecko now, so I just call them P. rangei.) I am purchasing a pair myself, and cannot wait to get them and see them in person. Their eyes and feet are my favorite. Too cute. Is your pair sexable yet, or are they still juvies? Any tips for a soon to be owner?

    Maybe we could do some bloodline trading in the future!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Niqui13 View Post
    Peter,

    Your P. rangei are awesome looking. (I'm still confused about whether they are Pachydactylus or Palmatogecko now, so I just call them P. rangei.) I am purchasing a pair myself, and cannot wait to get them and see them in person. Their eyes and feet are my favorite. Too cute. Is your pair sexable yet, or are they still juvies? Any tips for a soon to be owner?

    Maybe we could do some bloodline trading in the future!

    Yeah sounds good. Whos your pair from? They used to be Palmatogecko, but now are Pachydactylus, although many still do not like the change. They are sexable, these guys are at 4 months or so.

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