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    Default Random gecko update part 2.

    Here's some more of my favorites
    Eureeka- produced by Will Bedard
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    Flotsam
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    Frisson
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    Trilobite and Kukui
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    Prince Charming
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    Mjolnir
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    Chocobo again
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    Galapagos
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    Trilobite
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    McCreamy purchased from An.J.
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    Love Trilobite and especially Kukui! Kukui actually does have a colour like a kukui nut. . .
    3.4.0 Correlophus ciliatus (crested geckos)

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    If Eureeka had anymore pattern, she would be completely covered. I have an extreme from Will on the way, and I hope it turns out half as nice as her!
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    Stunning collection...

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    I love your first two!

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    Chocobo is absolutely stunning!
    Correlophus ciliatus
    Eublepharis macularius
    Dendrobates azureus
    Aspidites ramsayi

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    All of them are awesome but I love Frisson......Uhhhhh can I have her ?

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    Awesome group Love your collection! Who's Mjolnir from? Can't resist that bright orange

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treebiscuit View Post
    Love Trilobite and especially Kukui! Kukui actually does have a colour like a kukui nut. . .
    What's odd about him is that as a young geckling he was a sort of yellow and bronze color.. then one day he just went dark!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crested_Gecko96 View Post
    All of them are awesome but I love Frisson......Uhhhhh can I have her ?
    Hehe, she is actually out visiting BC Emrys from Dragonberry gecko's at the moment ... There should be some sweet kids out of that pairing though http://iherp.com/Public/Animals/View...nimalID=113725
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