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  • Is this what i think?!!!!!!

    Hi there, i've just come across a classifieds ad detailng loads of snakes etc, and at the bottom i noticed 'Golden crested Gecko free to 1st buyer' so i clicked on the pic of this 'crested gecko' and this is what i saw!!



    What species is this? It doesnt look like the traditional golden gecko, and my 1st thought was Saras? surely not though... i dont think it looks quite right but i want to know what it is?! I've looked on the net but cant find anything that matches it. The day geckos have the right kind of shape but arnt that colour.

    Please answer!! haha if its a Saras ill have to give her a bell!
    www.TreasureCrest.co.uk

    Whites tree frogs
    Crested Geckos
    Rhacodactylus chahoua

  • #2
    hmmm ive just found a different looking 'gold gecko' called Gekko Ulikovskii. Do you think thats likely to be it?
    www.TreasureCrest.co.uk

    Whites tree frogs
    Crested Geckos
    Rhacodactylus chahoua

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    • #3
      Not a Sara for sure, I think it looks like a Golden Gecko.
      Derek Dunlop
      DDReptiles
      www.DDReptiles.net
      Croc's Rule- Steve Irwin

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      • #4
        I agree, looks like a golden gecko to me.

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        • #5
          Definately a Gekko species.

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          • #6
            damn. lol. oh well, it was just the head shape thgat made me wonder really, cause i have seen some saras that look pretty similar. Cheers.
            www.TreasureCrest.co.uk

            Whites tree frogs
            Crested Geckos
            Rhacodactylus chahoua

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            • #7
              Deffinatly a golden gecko....with a regrown part of its tail on the end.
              (¯`'·.¸..(¯`'·.¸ \\Megan// ¸.·'´¯)..¸.·'´¯)
              0.1 Rhacodactylus ciliatus (Greta)
              http://s38.photobucket.com/albums/e144/gecko_newbie/

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