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    Default My new leachie!

    Hey guys, this is my new leachie. The guy I bought it from wasn't entirely sure on exactly what type but was fairly certain it is a GT. Does anyone have any thoughts on this? I've been reading through the book by de Vosjoli, Fast, and Repashy trying to figure it out.
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    There is no way to really know what type or cross your leachie is if you don't have solid information. Reading the book is great. I think it will just keep you wondering about the possibilities.
    Nice looking leachie. Congrats on the pickup!

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    What a cutie! Leachies and Knobtails are on my list of dream geckos to keep, so I'm pretty jelly!
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    Yeah, my goal is to eventually get back into the breeding game. I used to have a hodge podge of products going, all different kinds of snakes and of course crested geckos. My goal this time is to be a tad more reserved and only focus on these and tokay geckos.
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    Yeah I'm starting breeding this spring. Mostly Cresteds and Gargs.
    After seeing your post though, I've decided I'm getting a leachie in January. I don't plan on breeding them, but we'll see where time takes me. I know I want to focus on the Gargs and High end Cresties, but have considered other Rhacs to add to future projects.
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