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  • which would you recomend saras or chahoua? np

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  • #2
    I would go with chahouas.They are much more docile and get alot bigger,and are alot more variable in color.BOBBY

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    • #3
      yea i heard chahouas are VERy docile and are not flighty. the pine isle ones with lot of colors look beautiful imo

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      • #4
        I've been asking around about chahouas and leachianus and I've been told by many rhac breeders that chahoua are their favorite rhacs, where saras tend to be a vivarium type gecko/more hands off. I was told that chahouas are friendly and very personal. Good luck!
        -Marina York-


        4.3.1 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
        0.0.1 Rhacodactylus chahoua
        0.0.1 Rhacodactylus leachianus leachianus (B)
        1.0.0 ball python
        0.1.0 BCI
        0.2.0 leopard geckos

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        • #5
          Chahoua vs. Sarasinorum

          I have both Chahouas and Sarasinorums. I would have to say by far the Chahoua is the coolest gecko out. They have beautiful shades of reds and greens in there moss-like pattern. There personality is very relaxed. They are the easiest to handle of all the rhacs. The males have the most patience. If a friend came over I would pull out a male Chahoua and they would instantly fall in love with it. I have 16 Chahouas in my collection and wish I had more. I only have 6 Saras. They are beautiful and very unique in there own way. They have more natural colors (shades of brown). Saras are flighty(jumpers) and NOT easy to handle. It is almost hard to believe that thay are a Rhacy too. Here are some pictures of a female Chahoua

          and a female
          Sarasinorum. Enjoy........
          www.ReptileSuperShow.com

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          • #6
            beautiful pictures! I have found a proven pair I am considering. I really want the chahouas. Do you breed yours? How hard are they to breed? Is it hard to remove the eggs with the females guarding them?

            Thanks

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            • #7
              Beautiful pictures
              What locale is the chahoua?
              Nell Rux
              a.k.a. Frozen Gecko
              Just Ice Reptile

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              • #8
                nice pics how old is the sara?
                Josh
                1.0 cresties (zeus)

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                • #9
                  Chahoua all the way!
                  SWEET and SOUR like a TANGERINE fresh like a box of KRISPYKREMES!!!!!Powerful words for 3 Mc's and one Dj (Beastie boys)!!!!!!!

                  1.0.0 veiled cham
                  0.1.0 leo gecko
                  0.0.1 crested gec

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                  • #10
                    The chahoua is definitely a more docile animal, the sarasinorum is definitely cool behavior wise as well, however its definitely more suited to a naturalistic hands off set up, kind of just depends on what youd prefer.
                    www.midwestherpetoculture.com

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                    • #11
                      saras = run away
                      chahous = stays

                      chahous = beautiful colors
                      sara = fun to stare at in the vivarium

                      it all depends what u like best
                      also chahous grow bigger than saras.

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                      • #12
                        hahah thanks
                        I would get chahoua, but I cant locate adult 1.1s

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                        • #13
                          I love chahoua's. I have two females and will be adding a male sometime down the line. They have so much personality, and gotta love their eyes!
                          Betty
                          www.GeckoBrothel.com
                          Specializing in Crested, Fat-tails (amels), and Chahouas

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