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    rarest (not most expensive, but uncommon!) ,
    most interesting,
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    coolest


    herp you own besides any rhacs. I am just oh so curious! Mine I would say are the velvets or the mourning geckos!

    what are yours?
    I wanna see some rare or interesting herps!

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    My Anthill Python

    Geckowise- my Under. Milii (yeah I know so rare and exotic LOL)
    Derek Dunlop
    DDReptiles
    www.DDReptiles.net
    Croc's Rule- Steve Irwin

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    • #3
      mili are pretty cool! Anthills are awesome! where did you get it!

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      • #4
        My ,most uncommon geckos are probly My cb teratoscincus robrowiski.
        New geckos im going to work with.
        C.scabrum.
        P.bastardi

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        • #5
          Originally posted by palex134
          mili are pretty cool! Anthills are awesome! where did you get it!
          I traded a few cresteds to a guy out in Arizona (private breeder) and got one of his males.

          I am kinda starting a little collection of Australian pythons LOL, I also have a few spotteds and a childrens
          Derek Dunlop
          DDReptiles
          www.DDReptiles.net
          Croc's Rule- Steve Irwin

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          • #6
            Hey! Mine would be Williamsi, Eurys, and my Henkeli! PS: I just bought 2 more pairs of the Henkeli!!! lol!

            Thanks Erik
            www.EriksReptiles.com
            Email- Erik@EriksReptiles.com
            https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...9964396&type=3
            - Nephrurus, Uroplatus, Abronia, and other rare and unusual reptiles

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            • #7
              although it seems not many like these very cool looking species,tarentola mauritanica.CB as well so quite rare I THINK
              Some people are chess players.They like to evalute every move for flaws and repititions.but myself I`m a checkers player.When i come past an @$$h*le i jump `em!!
              1.1eublepharis macularis
              0.1tarentola mauritanica
              0.1rachodactlyus cillatus
              1.0paroedura Pictus
              wanted-R.Brevicaudatus

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Eriks Reptiles
                Hey! Mine would be Williamsi, Eurys, and my Henkeli! PS: I just bought 2 more pairs of the Henkeli!!! lol!

                Thanks Erik



                Mr. Erik with the Eurys and the Willamsi

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                • #9
                  The rarest I have owned would probably be Southwestern (I think, I never get the locale right) horntoads and a True Fire Skink. Though neither are terribly expensive or really rare, neither are kept by herp owners very often to my knowledge. So, that makes them an uncommon species in my book. Hopefully by the end of the summer, I'll be able to add some to this list. I have high hopes and ambitions for a few species.
                  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
                    I like my Polypedates Leucomystx and my Underwoodisaurus milli.
                    -Harold
                    CC Herps http://www.ccherps.com

                    Coming soon...

                    www.versatilevivariums.com

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                    • #11
                      I'd say mine is my "orange spot" Varanus Doreanus (blue tail monitor) They aren't brought in to often at all, and nobody knows exactly where they come from.







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                      • #12
                        NICE stuff Shadow!!!! They look amazing!

                        Thanks Erik
                        www.EriksReptiles.com
                        Email- Erik@EriksReptiles.com
                        https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...9964396&type=3
                        - Nephrurus, Uroplatus, Abronia, and other rare and unusual reptiles

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                        • #13
                          Thanks! I'll post more pictures of everything soon enough. I've been quite busy with everything, so I will get some updated pictures soon enough. You just wait! Haha..

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