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    Hey everyone. It's been a minute sine I've shared some photos, so...









    Also, getting into a new project:



    (Strophurus taenicauda)
    This guy is not going to be bred, just kind of the preview I will be working with white-eyed individuals, though possibly red eyed ones.

    K.
    Kaiden

    Insect protein-based gecko diet! 28% protein!
    Black Panther Zoological - also on Facebook

  • #2
    Awesome geckos!!!! Love your collection!
    Crestopia Reptiles
    http://crestopiareptiles.webs.com/

    8.20.34.43 Crested Geckos, 2.2.0.4 Gargoyle Geckos, 0.2.0 Leachies, 2.0.1 Pictus Geckos, 0.1 AKSB, 0.0.1 RETF, 1.2.0 Dogs

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    • #3
      Nice collection, really like the Strophurus Taenicauda. That would be a fun new project.
      Andi - Gray Sky Exotics
      www.iHerp.com/Hannibal
      www.facebook.com/andi.vanzant

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      • #4
        Very nice collection!! When you have babies from them.. let me know!
        Mrs. Smith's Geckos
        My iherp
        Facebook
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        Many crested geckos, 0.1 leachie, 1.1 Hog Island boas, 0.0.3 Phyllobates terribilis, 1.1 cats, and 0.1 dog. One husband and one four year old.

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        • #5
          Wonderful geckos all!! That last one is awesome, would love to see more as your project progresses!!
          Mary T.
          Crested Geckos 3.2
          Yorkie M
          Siamese F
          Twins (human, 9 yrs) F

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          • #6
            Love that second gecko! Your entire collection!
            2.1 Crested Geckos RIP Bella, Marley, Sticky, Kinky, Brick, Chance, Taz, Pinner, Anna, Kali, and Nahla My beautiful babies - gone but never forgotten!
            Pinky, Ziggy

            Reese

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            • #7
              Love the Strophurus, I wish I had the cash to get into them. How are their captive requirements?
              Cloud9reptiles.com
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              • #8
                Thanks everyone!

                Stroph's are pretty easy actually, though they do prefer a little warmer temperatures than Rhac's, and I notice that they will occasionally bask. They don't require as much misting, which is good too. All in all, I'd say that despite the price to get into them, they are a pretty easy species to keep. Hopefully, if things go well, I'll be offering some that I produce in the future a little lower than market price, or at least maybe for trades

                K.
                Kaiden

                Insect protein-based gecko diet! 28% protein!
                Black Panther Zoological - also on Facebook

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                • #9
                  I love love love the taenicauda!!!! Wanting to get myself a pair one of these days
                  C. Ciliatus / R. Auriculatus / M. Chahoua / C. Sarasinorum / R. Leachianus / U. Sikorae / E. Vieilardi / E. Guttata / G. Gecko / A. Felinus / C. Elok /
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                  • #10
                    How "handable" (no such word - I know LOL) are the Strophs?
                    Eric
                    1.2.7.4 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
                    1.0 Phelsuma laticauda

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                    • #11
                      I can only speak for S. taenicauda, but their size makes them a bit difficult to handle. They max out around 3, 3.5 inches in length. They're also pretty quick, but occasionally will sit on your hand for a few minutes. If you want a really handleable animal, I'd recommend something a bit larger.

                      K.
                      Kaiden

                      Insect protein-based gecko diet! 28% protein!
                      Black Panther Zoological - also on Facebook

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                      • #12
                        Yeah, I would class these geckos as display geckos. My S. Williamsi really disliked handling. He was pretty good about it, but Strophurus are very quick, and very small. Though I made an effort not to handle unless moving him from one location to another.
                        C. Ciliatus / R. Auriculatus / M. Chahoua / C. Sarasinorum / R. Leachianus / U. Sikorae / E. Vieilardi / E. Guttata / G. Gecko / A. Felinus / C. Elok /
                        facebook.com/TreeHuggerGeckos

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                        • #13
                          that strophurus is real nice i like the pattern and that green is just amazing..

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