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  • #16
    Keep us up to date kevin. I'd love to see more of the walll species
    R. Cilatus: 5.5.4.20
    G. Gekko: 0.2
    G. Ulikovskii 0.1
    P. Turnerii 1.0

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    • #17
      I've got one coming, very excited to get started with these guys!
      New Scale Herpetoculture
      ~8.38.12 C. ciliatus (varies often) / 2.2 ML M. chahoua / 1.0 PI M. chahoua / 1.1 E. agricolae / 0.1 H. binoei / 0.7 Stenodactylus petrii / 2.2 P. ibityensis / 0.1 S. krisalys / 1.3 P. rangei / 1.6 P. regius

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      • #18
        Im really wondering what the requirements and setup is for these guys..
        0.0.1 Crestie named Chester

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        • #19
          I might just have to keep an eye out for some of these guys now.
          The mourning geckos I bought from you are highly entertaining. When they were first settling in there was so much clicking. I don't handle them because they are so tiny and so fast.. but I can't believe how soft the skin is. They absolutely destroy GCD, too.

          So anyway, not to get side tracked. They sound similar in behavior. Are these P. geckos strictly insectivores?
          1♂ 1♀ 6? Crested Gecko; 1♂ Eastern Kingsnake; 1♀ Western Hognose Snake; 1♀ mutt hound dog, Gerdie; 3 Lepidodactylus lugubris

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          • #20
            Tee-Hee......Just watched your video.........They wag their tails like doggies when they are happy, it made me smile

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Jatbi View Post
              Are these P. geckos strictly insectivores?
              Yes, and they'll tackle anything that moves-very easy feeders.
              http://www.facebook.com/appalachian.ectotherms

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