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Thread: Some Old Photos from my Reptile/Amphibian Days.

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    Great pics! I always wanted to keep New Caledonian geckos. They are expensive!

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    Some of them sure can be Don.

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    Some gorgeous geks you had there, Johnny! Quite the diverse array. Like Jen, there were some I had never even heard of before.

    Love the leachies -- the Shar-pei of the gecko world! Too bad they're far and away out of my price range.

    The Nephrurus are cute such lil devils.

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    It's been years since I looked into it, but did people figured out how to breed leaftail geckos? You did mention your "breeding" days.

    The photos are great, BEAUTIFUL animals! Thanks for posting!
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    Breeding Uroplatus isn't all that difficult. They just need exacting conditions that vary from species to species. Rearing the neonates can be challenging but, I've dealt with more difficult animals.

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    Found some more pics. 1st up, some bugs............

    Therea olegrandjeani


    Therea petiveriana


    Gyna capucina


    Dynastes grantii - Male




    Dynastes grantii - Female


    Rhacodactylus ciliatus






    Rhacodactylus auriculatus












    Rhacodactylus sarasinorum






    Rhacodactylus chahoua






    And these 2 in the process of making..............


    These !







    Rhacodactylus leacheanus henkeli - Nuu Ana






    Rhacodactylus leacheanus henkeli - Nuu Ami

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    Strophurus williamsii - Reticulated Form




    Oedura monilis


    Lygodactylus lugubris - A cosmopolitan parthenogenic species.




    The Pristurus carteri enclosure.


    The breeding tanks for the smaller Uroplatus species......U.ebenaui, U.malama and U.phantasticus.




    My booth at one of the Herp Shows I used to vend at.



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    some pretty roaches, too.

    I had a Tokay for a while, never really minded his bite, or (his bark). What I never cared for in terms of lizards biting was the green amieva my brother had.
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