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    Default Came back with too much from the show...

    I went to a local show and tried to come back with half of New Caledonia or something

    C. sarasinorum



    E. vieillardi




    M. chahoua (ML and PI)


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    Nice pick ups!
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    Very cool! So 4 altogether? And your car says "Repti-Van" on it, right?

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    It's 5 actually - that's two chahoua, a ML and a PI. I'm picking up several babies over the next few months to raise up.

    The sarasinorum is insane....wow! I knew these guys were flighty but I wasn't expecting quite that level of spaz!

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    You must be poor now, those aren't cheap geckos lol And yeah, saras are fast. I had one for awhile but they were just too flighty for me.

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    I've been setting some funds aside for these guys for a while, but it still stung a bit! Happy to have them all though...and just thrilled with the Eurydactylodes vieillardi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niffarious View Post
    I've been setting some funds aside for these guys for a while, but it still stung a bit! Happy to have them all though...and just thrilled with the Eurydactylodes vieillardi.
    I love my pair, although the male is a very stingy eater and he's having trouble putting weight on. The female is double his size at this point! I'm worried she'll want to eat him if I ever put them together lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ayimera View Post
    I love my pair, although the male is a very stingy eater and he's having trouble putting weight on. The female is double his size at this point! I'm worried she'll want to eat him if I ever put them together lol
    That's pretty normal - the males can be very small. I hear it's not uncommon to have females that are over 7g but males are rarely larger than 4 to 4.5 or so

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    Loving your little Chahouas!
    Gorgeous little fellas (or lasses)
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    Very nice additions, love the mix of species too
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