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    白人看不懂 Drosera36's Avatar
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    I have a whole magnolia tree in my front yard, plenty of leaves, none dry though. Could I just pull like 100 off and then send them to you, then you could dry them? PM me if that would be ok with you.

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    Thanks all for the replies! Someone is sending me the leaves already. Thanks though!

    I breed rather small geckos that come from Mexico/Central America. They like to hide and lay eggs in the leaf litter. I would like a more tropical looking species like magnolia as opposed to oak or maple.


    Here is a pic of one of my females

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    sweet! Very interesting.
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    She is a beauty. Is she some form of Banded?
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    looks like a leopard....but the strips are different.
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    Given he said they were from C/S. Am I wrote off Leopards
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    They are yucatan banded geckos (Coleonyx elegans). Closely related to leopards though


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    I thought it was a banded. I used to have a Tucson banded. That boy was 15.5yrs when he passed away. Quite the lifespan for such a little lizard. Great personalities on these guys.
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