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    Slightly more common in Europe, but even rarely seen there. It took me 8 years to locate some specimens to bring in!


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    this is the first time i'm seeing/hearing about them. are they more commonplace in Europe, or still an abstract species?

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    I have a few out there, but I'm strong to get a higher quality video then my iPad. Broke oł the camcorder, so hopefully in a few days I'll have something better to post. I just fell in love with these guys.


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    Slightly more common in Europe, but even rarely seen there. It took me 8 years to locate some specimens to bring in!

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    These guys are so cool! I have never seen them before, but after seeing your pics, I had to look them up some more. I agree with the others, I'd love to see a video when you have one. About how old are yours?

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    Mine are WC, so the age is unknown, but they are adult.

    Quote Originally Posted by cassicat4 View Post
    These guys are so cool! I have never seen them before, but after seeing your pics, I had to look them up some more. I agree with the others, I'd love to see a video when you have one. About how old are yours?

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    Thanks for the post about care specs! Really cool little phrynos.
    3.8.0 C. ciliatus , 1.1 G. vittatus , 0.1 G. gekko , 2.0 F. pardalis ambilobe, 1.0 C. calyptratus, 0.1 P. grandis, 1.0 P. curtus

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    While I appreciate that it's cool to see something new, I have to disagree with everybody it seems! They're just a little too weird for me! Not to mention the little face flaps! /dies
    3.3.9 Cresties, 1.0 hedgehog, 1.1 cat, 1.0 beardie, 1.1 kbs, 0.4 Lepidodactylus lugubris

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    How are your agamas doing? I have had mine for several years now and they are doing pretty good. They have put on more weight these last few months it seems. I am curious if you have had any luck breeding them yet? My 2 just lounge around enjoying the heat lamp, but come feeding time they go into a frenzy and is quite entertaining to watch. How many do you currently have?

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