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    Hi, i am going to be getting some baby Eurydactylodes Agricolae. ( Bauers Chameleon Geckos) What i like about them is their very small size, and the fact they are not jumpy. With the smaller size, i can have more in a small space. I used to breed Crested Gex, but i got out of it. These gex are very similar in care since they come from New Caledonia. I have a tall KK set up now, but i might get the Exo 12x12x18h. They are still very small babies so i have time to decide. I have had reptiles for years, i currently have 2 Grey tree frogs and 1 Azureus dart frog. I also have an outdoor enclosure with 4 box turtles. I wonder if any of you have the E.Agricolae?

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    Hey there! Welcome to the forums!
    I was born and raised just outside of Pgh!
    I keep and breed this species and they are wonderful to keep and interact with.
    I also keep the other less common Eurydactolodes; E. Vieilliardi. They are just as awesome too.
    Kelly @ Tree Devil Geckos
    Producing Awesome Leachianus geckos and Gargoyle geckos since 2017
    http://www.treedevilgeckos.com
    http://facebook.com/treedevilgeckos
    http://www.instagram.com/treedevilgeckos

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    • #3
      I like the Vielliardi, but they cost a bit more. Thanks for the Welcome.

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      • #4
        Yes! Vieilliardi are not inexpensive by any means. Hahaha!
        Both species are truly fun to work with though.
        If you need anything, just ask! I don't mind sharing my experiences with these guys with you if you need it.
        Good luck with your new little ones! Enjoy them!
        Here's a quick photo of my pair out for a romp the other day.
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        Kelly @ Tree Devil Geckos
        Producing Awesome Leachianus geckos and Gargoyle geckos since 2017
        http://www.treedevilgeckos.com
        http://facebook.com/treedevilgeckos
        http://www.instagram.com/treedevilgeckos

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        • #5
          Oh they are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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          • #6
            I'm also planning on picking up one E. agricole once I can get back into the hobby. Great little animals!

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