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  • sciteacher
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    Rhacodactylus - ciliatus; sarasinorum; and chahoua
    Eurydactylodes agricolae
    Geckonia chazalia
    Chondrodactylus angulifer
    Goniurosaurus luii
    Nephrurus - milli, levis, wheeleri
    *Rhoptropus biporosus
    *Palmatogecko rangei
    *Pachydactylus caraculicus
    *Haemodracon trachyrhinus
    *Pristurus carteri

    Probably forgetting something...

    * = first time species (have eggs incubating for a couple of these already). Everything else on the list I've had success with before.

    Gary

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  • newlyson
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    cresteds,cresteds and some more cresteds

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  • 88geckos
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    cresteds
    gargs
    kuhli flying gecko
    and hopefully by the end of 2012 ill be breeding my pair of r. sarasinorum

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  • mfgeckos
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    It's gonna be my first breeding season. I'm just breeding 2 females, both nice high contrast harlequins, to a really nice red Harlequin male.

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  • Cinderbird
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    1-3 leopard gecko females, max. probably more like 1-2.

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  • The Living Palette
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    Rhacodactylus ciliatus, Rhacodactylus ciliatus, Rhacodactylus ciliatus....

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  • Terradas
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    These are the breeding pairs I'll have ready to go right away. Heck, most of them are paired now.
    P. Grandis
    P. Klemmeri
    P. Standingi
    R. Ciliatus
    R. Auriculatus

    Assuming a good spring, I hope to snag a male eurydactylodes agricolae and a pair of coleonyx elegans.
    Last edited by Terradas; 12-19-2011, 09:09 AM.

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  • Rhacsetc08
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    Very cool, guys!
    I've seen that halloween pair, I have to say, I'd consider getting cresteds again if I could find em' like that.
    Keep em' coming guys!

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  • Sgvreptilesss
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    Here is what I hope I can breed next year. Most of these I bred this year.
    Phelsuma madagascarensis
    Phelsuma klemmeri
    Phelsuma parkeri
    Phelsuma cepediana
    Phelsuma borbonica mater
    Phelsuma comorensis
    Phelsuma quadriocelleta
    Phelsuma nigristriata
    maybe Phelsuma sundbergi sundbergi
    Anolis leachi
    Ptychozoon kuhli
    Rhacodactylus auriculatus and ciliatus
    Dendrobates auratus
    Ephiphobates tricolor rio saladillo
    Heteronotia binoi
    Possibly Uromastyx Philbyi

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  • Eddie's Dragons
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    Pogona Vitticeps.
    Rhacodatylus ciliatus.

    My first year breeding, so im doing a single pair for both species.

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  • Hannibal
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    Rhacodactylus auriculatus
    Uroplatus sikorae sikorae
    Uroplatus sp.nov.aff.ebenaui

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  • MPLexus301
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    A pair of Halloween Cresteds whose first year should be 2012.
    Chahoua (Troeger, GT, PI)
    E. Agricolae




    Dubia

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  • lauraleellbp
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    Cresteds
    Phelsuma madagascariensis grandis (Crimson crosses)
    Phelsuma standingi

    and hopefully some Lygodactylus williamsi, though that project went on hold ATM

    I've got them all posted here: http://www.geckosintails.com/2012-br...-projects.html

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  • MissScully&Velvet
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    Cresteds
    Leos
    Tokays
    Mourning Geckos (not really a project)
    Hopefully finding a female BG to go with my male for 2012.

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  • rcarichter
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    Cresteds
    U. sikorae
    U. phantasticus (although I'm losing my patience)
    Xenagama taylori
    Strophurus williamsi
    S. strophurus and S. taenicauda-- if I can find females

    Noelle

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