Male Juvenile Rhacodactylus Leachianus Gecko
- Hatched 8/21/2019
- Weight: 16 grams
- Group 1 Unknown locale
This leachianus is a male juvenile Rhacodactylus Leachianus from Group 1, which is of unknown locale. At his current size he can fit nicely in your hand and has a soft texture and floppy, but grippy feet. Sometimes called, "leachies," they have a short tail, large head, and a thicky heavy body. This one in particular is a beautiful reddish-brown with markings that make him blend in to any tree bark! He's got white coloration mixed in and fired down he is the color of stone. When fired up however, those striking reds and earthy tones really come through. His head is darker than the rest of his boy and he almost seems ot have bands on his sides. His eyes are a grey/blue that are rimmed with yellow. He's a master of camoflauge and would be a great addition for an owner who has worked with New Caledonian species before and is looking to try something new!