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  • Lets see your other geckos

    I know a lot of you guys and girls keep other geckos..........lets see them!

    Heres a mossy leaftail I had once upon a time.



    And this is a very rare Paroedura masobe, many of these were imported back in 2000 and sadly they did not take well to captivity and as far as I know nobody was able to figure out how to successfully keep these guys. It's really too bad because in my opinion they are one of the coolest geckos in existence.
    Last edited by Matthew Parks; 02-01-2006, 12:33 AM.

  • #2
    Goniurosaurus luii: Chinese Cave Gecko




    Paroedura picta: Malagasy Ground Gecko


    ~Alan

    "You know, one of the hardest parts of my job is to connect Iraq to the war on terror."
    President Geo. W Bush in an interview with CBS News, Washington D.C., Sept. 6, 2006

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    • #3
      Nice luii, I have been a fan of those for a while.


      My female Northern Velvet Gecko.

      My Petco Leopard Gecko (now sold)


      and that about does it minus the male northern velvet and all the goyles.

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      • #4
        Do you find Goniurosaurus luii's easy to care for Alan?
        Honor and valor were long ago drowned by the very society they swore to protect.

        8.10.9 Crested Geckos
        1.2 Gargoyle Geckos
        1.1 Tangerine Phase Albino AFT's
        0.3 Peach Phase Albino AFT's (two are striped)
        1.0 Bearded Dragons
        1.2 Viper Geckos
        1.1 Yellow-headed Cape Geckos
        0.1 Panther Geckos
        There'll be more, just you wait and see

        http://www.celticisle.com/infernal_star/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by infernal_star
          Do you find Goniurosaurus luii's easy to care for Alan?
          Care seems straightforward and simple. Horizontally oriented enclosure with a lot of humidity, a hide area and a bit of warmth. Dusted insects every other day or so. But I've had this WC pair for close to three years and they look healthy and have grown but have not produced eggs, so maybe I'm doing something wrong....
          ~Alan

          "You know, one of the hardest parts of my job is to connect Iraq to the war on terror."
          President Geo. W Bush in an interview with CBS News, Washington D.C., Sept. 6, 2006

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          • #6
            I believe there are CBB chinese cave geckos now and I'm looking at getting into them before too much longer. I rarely buy WC animals, I try heavily to avoid it. So they are pretty hardy then? As far as the breeding, are you cooling them down for several months? The cooling period is incredibly important for them to breed.

            P.S. Btw, love the new sig, makes me feel safe at night knowing he's running our country...
            Honor and valor were long ago drowned by the very society they swore to protect.

            8.10.9 Crested Geckos
            1.2 Gargoyle Geckos
            1.1 Tangerine Phase Albino AFT's
            0.3 Peach Phase Albino AFT's (two are striped)
            1.0 Bearded Dragons
            1.2 Viper Geckos
            1.1 Yellow-headed Cape Geckos
            0.1 Panther Geckos
            There'll be more, just you wait and see

            http://www.celticisle.com/infernal_star/

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            • #7
              Originally posted by infernal_star
              The cooling period is incredibly important for them to breed.
              Could you suggest or outline a cooling protocol {hits head with palm of hand}? Thanks.
              ~Alan

              "You know, one of the hardest parts of my job is to connect Iraq to the war on terror."
              President Geo. W Bush in an interview with CBS News, Washington D.C., Sept. 6, 2006

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              • #8
                Looks like your Mossy needs to shave, Matt. :razz:
                ~Sarah~
                www.CrestedLady.com

                "This is your life, are you who you want to be?" -Switchfoot

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                • #9
                  Well, from what I've been able to find out, you need to treat them like snakes almost. Slowly reducing feeding to one or two times a week while dropping their temps into the low 70's-mid 60's. Keep them on lowered temps and reduced food from Oct or Nov til about March. Fatten back up for a month or so while raising temperature, then they're supposed to breed about 6 times before needing cooling again.

                  http://www.herpcam.com/chineseleo.htm (everything else is just a copy of this page from what I can tell)
                  Last edited by infernal_star; 02-01-2006, 12:46 PM.
                  Honor and valor were long ago drowned by the very society they swore to protect.

                  8.10.9 Crested Geckos
                  1.2 Gargoyle Geckos
                  1.1 Tangerine Phase Albino AFT's
                  0.3 Peach Phase Albino AFT's (two are striped)
                  1.0 Bearded Dragons
                  1.2 Viper Geckos
                  1.1 Yellow-headed Cape Geckos
                  0.1 Panther Geckos
                  There'll be more, just you wait and see

                  http://www.celticisle.com/infernal_star/

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                  • #10
                    Hmmm, I am thinking about those Chinese cave Geckos too. The first time I saw some in person I was blown away. What is their personality like? And do they keep the red eyes their whole life? What a goregeous animal.
                    "Nothing worth having comes without some kind of fight;
                    You gotta kick at the darkness 'till it bleeds daylight....."
                    --Bare Naked Ladies

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                    • #11
                      Here are a few of mine

                      male leachie


                      female leachie


                      Coleonyx mitratus central american banded


                      underwoodisaurus mili


                      nephurus levis levis

                      Just recently got rid of these guys


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                      • #12
                        Here are a few pics of my Underwoodisaurus milii...(1st 2 pics of male, last pic of female)



                        Last edited by Haroldo; 02-06-2006, 12:42 PM.
                        -Harold
                        CC Herps http://www.ccherps.com

                        Coming soon...

                        www.versatilevivariums.com

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                        • #13
                          heres mine

                          male tremper albino giant leopard gecko and female SHTCT


                          Oedura Monilis

                          Tangerine albino AFT.

                          Rose hair Spider

                          Close up
                          -Jeff Bogdanoff

                          -crazyrhacos@yahoo.com

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                          • #14
                            B.cyclura,this is a real cool species I got from Jay Sommers.

                            P.fasciatus,another one from Jay.

                            E.agricolae,one of the first I hatched.

                            G.kuriowae,the southern form

                            D.damaeus

                            And one of my personel favorites,D.galeatus

                            I have a couple more species I haven't got around to getting photos of but plan to soon.BOBBY

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                            • #15
                              AWSOME PICS BOBBY...I love that cyclura and fasciatus.
                              -Jeff Bogdanoff

                              -crazyrhacos@yahoo.com

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