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  • Rhacsetc08
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    Originally posted by Melissa N. View Post
    Thank you for the information Gary & Armen. Hope you have better
    luck with the eggs, Gary.
    They are fascinating little creatures.

    Melissa N.
    No problem, Melissa ;D.

    They are truly amazing. I love watching them eat, I could just sit for hours and watch them attack the crickets and CGD. They eat more than most of my other geckos.

    They are a joy to work with for sure!
    -Armen

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  • Melissa N.
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    E. Agricolae

    Thank you for the information Gary & Armen. Hope you have better
    luck with the eggs, Gary.
    They are fascinating little creatures.

    Melissa N.

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  • Rhacsetc08
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    Originally posted by Melissa N. View Post
    I think they are all very interesting. Do they vary much in
    coloration? Gary, love the yellow tones of your female.
    Please let me know when either of you have any available.
    Thank you for sharing.

    Melissa N.
    Hello Melissa!
    Females are usually more drab in color as stated. They are usually greenish/brown usually a more olive green.

    Males have high pattern and color in most cases.

    I won't have any available until next year, but you can PM me about a waiting list. Nice to see your in Michigan as well .

    Thanks,
    -Armen

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  • sciteacher
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    I hatched out 3 babies from that pair late last fall / early winter, but unfortunately I've been getting infertile eggs this year. Eight eggs this season, most of which have looked nice and white and well calcified, but they've all molded almost immediately. They're set up exactly like last year, but no luck so far. Kind of disappointing. The females of this species are often rather drab in color. My female usually ranges from a light to dark slate gray color, but I had her out to clean her cage, and she fired up to a "minty green" color. I think my white balance was slightly off in this picture, giving it more of a yellowish hue. The males often show much more contrast and variation in color

    Gary

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  • Melissa N.
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    E. Agricolae

    I think they are all very interesting. Do they vary much in
    coloration? Gary, love the yellow tones of your female.
    Please let me know when either of you have any available.
    Thank you for sharing.

    Melissa N.

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  • Rhacsetc08
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    Originally posted by sushigex View Post
    Looking good...got an extra female?
    Thank you! It'll be a while before I have any extra females :th_wink:.

    And scieacher- From what I understand it is where they store extra calcium. You have a beautiful eury!

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  • sushigex
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    Looking good...got an extra female?

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  • sciteacher
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    I love the yellow showing through on the male. I also notice the skull structure of the female is different than mine. I've seen this enlarged "helmet" on a number of agricolae, although my own don't show this. I'm curious as to how common this is. Here are a couple of shots of my animals for comparison.

    Gary

    Female


    Male

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  • MaddoxDobes
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    Amazing pictures! Love that second one!!

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  • Rhacsetc08
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    Eurydactylodes Agricolae photo shoot

    I took some pix of my agricolae that I thought I'd share with you guys.

    First up, the female:














    Now for the male who was very uncooperative:




    Comments are more than welcome!

    Thanks!
    -Armen
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