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  • Lygodactylus kimhowelli

    Well currently we are working with about 12 Lygodactylus sp.Personally they are 1 of my favorites out of all the obscure speacies to deal with.Nothing like raising a 1-3 cm. hatchling to adult size




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    Nice man.I already saw the pics.But their cool as hell looking.

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    • #3
      Nice colouration!! How big do they get as adults? They look like phelsuma, are they related?
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      • #4
        wow nice! That is a species you dont see too often!

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        • #5
          Awesome, they kinda remind me of Klemmeri (sp?) Love their heads
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          • #6
            Nice Lygos!!!

            how's their temperment? are they attentive and curious?

            Do yours have the blue toe pads and orange underbellies too?

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            • #7
              Well as far as Lygodactylus sp. goes true kimhowelli dont have the blue toe pads and more of a black to burnt orange color on there underside.
              Size wise there are no Lygo.species that exceed 4 inches SVL.
              They do look like P.klemmeri when the P.klrmmeri are juvi's.Basically the trick to them aside from keeping the juvi's on a stable diet of fruit flies,is basically to dry to humid factor.Also i have found that a mixture blended of banannas,peach and mango baby food and CGD work well.In my opinion they are a very underestimated species that need more CBB blood in the trade.AS far as incubation of the eggs.Well thats a whole different topic.lol.

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