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  • help got this from our friend at the pet store

    since i have so many lizards we are very friendly with our local pet store today when we went in to pick up our crickets for the week the manager asked us if we wanted to take this guy home for free so we did now we are not sure if he is a bibron or a crocodile what do you guys think? he was obviously not taken care of well because he is missing part of his tail and cant stick to the glass. any suggestions? thanks in advance for the help



    0.1.1.1 Crested Gecko "Quinn, sunkist"
    1.10.1 Leopard Gecko "Sublime, Spot, Bella, Layla, pinky, queen of hearts,smiley, red, waterdrop "
    1.0. Red Eared Slider "Turtle"
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    1.0.0 Dutch Rabbit "Anya"
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  • #2
    Looks like a bibron to me.
    Andi - Gray Sky Exotics
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    • #3
      I agree, a bibron
      lets just say I have a lot of stuff
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      • #4
        Close relative of Bibron's Gecko, the While Spot Gecko Tarentola Annularis. Both can have white spots, but annularis tend to have those 4 distinct spots between the shoulders.
        Coleonyx-Correlophus-Eurydactylodes-Mniarogekko-Paroedura-Phelsuma-Rhacodactylus
        ROC Geckos
        Geckos of Madagascar and New Caledonia

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Terradas View Post
          Close relative of Bibron's Gecko, the While Spot Gecko Tarentola Annularis. Both can have white spots, but annularis tend to have those 4 distinct spots between the shoulders.
          Good eye!!!
          Andi - Gray Sky Exotics
          www.iHerp.com/Hannibal
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Terradas View Post
            Close relative of Bibron's Gecko, the While Spot Gecko Tarentola Annularis. Both can have white spots, but annularis tend to have those 4 distinct spots between the shoulders.
            You just made me feel like such a noob.
            1.1.4 Crested Geckos
            0.1.0 Boxador (1/2 Boxer-1/2 Black Lab)
            0.1.0 Girlfriend who likes my geckos but doesn't understand the obsession.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by insaneglitchx View Post
              You just made me feel like such a noob.
              Haha, I have quite a few gecko books at home that I practically have memorized.
              Coleonyx-Correlophus-Eurydactylodes-Mniarogekko-Paroedura-Phelsuma-Rhacodactylus
              ROC Geckos
              Geckos of Madagascar and New Caledonia

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              • #8
                There are quite a few differences between annularis and "bibrons" true bibroni are quite rare in the US. Most animals passed off as bibroni are actually chondrodactylus turneri or annularis.
                T.annularis

                C.turneri

                The easiest way for me is in the head.
                T. annulrais

                C.turneri

                Hope this helps some in the future. They really are a fun species.

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                • #9
                  Dang! Great update on Bibrons! Thanx y'all!
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Sgvreptilesss View Post
                    There are quite a few differences between annularis and "bibrons" true bibroni are quite rare in the US. Most animals passed off as bibroni are actually chondrodactylus turneri or annularis.
                    T.annularis
                    This is very true actually.
                    I did alot of research about them, and last time I checked, Bibrini aren't actually allowed to exported either...
                    4.3.0 Rhacodactylus leachianus - Yatè, Mt. Koghis, Rivière Bleue, purple Nuu Ana, Poindimiè
                    3.2.0 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
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                    • #11
                      thanks so much guys for all your help learned something new
                      0.1.1.1 Crested Gecko "Quinn, sunkist"
                      1.10.1 Leopard Gecko "Sublime, Spot, Bella, Layla, pinky, queen of hearts,smiley, red, waterdrop "
                      1.0. Red Eared Slider "Turtle"
                      3.5. Bearded Dragons "Spike,Buffy, Willow"
                      1.0.0 Dutch Rabbit "Anya"
                      2 Fish Tanks

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                      • #12
                        they just got these at my petco today. i was surprised to see them after reading this thread! haha
                        Travis Skaggs
                        Crested- Gidian, Theodore, Hera
                        Gargoyle- Sally Po
                        Agricolae- Scoot

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                        • #13
                          White Spotted Gecko
                          Scientific Name: Tarentola annularis (Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1827)
                          Taxonomic Rank: Animalia: Chordata:
                          Reptilia: Squamata: Gekkonidae:
                          Substrate
                          The terrarium is of dry type such as a leopard Gecko. Put lots of branches for your geckos to climb on.
                          Shelters
                          Also add hiding places for your geckos and lots decoration.
                          Temperatures and Humidity and Lighting
                          The temp should be around 68F - 86F during the day and around 68F – 59F at night when simulating winter months. I like to keep my geckos at 83F during the day. They seem to stay more active.
                          Food:
                          I like to feed well gut loaded Crickets everyday. These geckos like to eat in the afternoon to give time to digest. You can also feed them on a mixed diet that includes mealworms, locusts, waxworms or even pinky mice to larger adults.
                          http://www.geckosunlimited.com/commu...ted-gecko.html

                          Do Annularis grow tails back?

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