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MiCh@3L
03-22-2005, 03:46 AM
Hi all,

I`m very happy about the 4th Oedura species in my stock :D

Here they are

http://www.oedura.org/pictures/o_tryoni_female1.jpg

http://www.oedura.org/pictures/o_tryoni_male11.jpg

http://www.oedura.org/pictures/o_tryoni_female2.jpg


cheers, Michael

Jan Grathwohl
03-22-2005, 04:17 AM
Gorgeous animals Michael

Thanx for letting me see them at the Hamm expo

Please sign me up for juveniles

P.S. The monilis i got from you are doing great

MiCh@3L
03-22-2005, 05:40 AM
Hi Jan,

IŽll hope these gorgeous animals will breed this year, that I have some offspring for you
:lol:

Sounds good with the monilis.

cu

Michael

Minhawali
03-22-2005, 06:01 AM
Nice tryoni, Michael.

Cheers,
Johan.

Nathan Hall
03-22-2005, 08:04 AM
I sure do love O. tryoni. My girl is gravid right now, so I should have some eggs soon! Thanks for posting the pics, Michael.

Justin
03-22-2005, 08:42 AM
Great species and great photo Michael. Keep us updated!

I hope you get lots more Oedura species.

oscar
03-23-2005, 01:55 PM
great pics Michael. another really interesting species.

thanks for posting.

Scott

heather rae reptiles
03-24-2005, 01:58 AM
congrats on the tryoni's Michael. I just got my male a few weeks ago. He looks quite different than my female heres a pic of them. Just curious do they look like pure tryoni's. The male is strangely more yellow than my female by far. Sorry if I highjacked your thread just figured you would be a good person to ask.
Thanks in advance
Brandon

http://www.hrreptiles.com/tryoni's.jpg

Nathan Hall
03-24-2005, 02:22 AM
Looks like your male is an O. monilis. Yes, it has numerous spots, but the body is long and slender. Pure O. tryoni are flat-bodied and more compact. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news :(

http://www.geckosunlimited.com/O.tryoni3.jpg
http://www.geckosunlimited.com/O.tryoni4.jpg

MiCh@3L
03-24-2005, 03:57 AM
I follow Nathans opinion. Your male looks like a monilis.
Another characteristic is the neck of the gecko, tryonis neck is bigger than monilis.

Wow Nathan, your tryoni are pretty cool!

Michael

heather rae reptiles
03-24-2005, 05:20 PM
hey thanks fellas I could have sworn it was a monilis but the guy I bought him from insisted it is a tryoni. I can totally see the difference in the thickness of the kneck and he looks nothing like my tryoni female. I guess I'm still on the hunt for a tryoni male so if any of you got an extra laying around hit me up.
Brandon

Hey also is it possible that he might be a mixed Oedura I was compairing him to my monilis female and she is very pastel like and at night he is very very yellow and purple. Is this common with monilis and he is also very small for a full grown monilis he is just slightly larger than my tryoni. Thanks for all your help.

heather rae reptiles
03-25-2005, 01:26 AM
Has anyone heard of a different form of a tryoni. The person I purchased the animal says it's a different locale and that is why it looks different. Some help would be apprciated.

MiCh@3L
03-29-2005, 02:11 AM
I heard of 2 different morphs, the large and the small spotted. I think Nathans and mine correspond to the large spotted morph.

DanLay
03-29-2005, 05:21 PM
I heard of 2 different morphs, the large and the small spotted. I think Nathans and mine correspond to the large spotted morph.

Hi Michael,
My friend keeps 6 forms of Oedura tryoni. I will try to get some more information from him about how his forms differ and i'll let you guys know.
Thanks,

MiCh@3L
03-30-2005, 07:13 AM
Hi Dan,

6 different forms :shock: I`m very curious now!

Michael

Justin
03-30-2005, 07:20 AM
I would love to see photo's of the various forms :D

Ken Bartenfeld
01-04-2007, 01:05 AM
Bump - Ok now, reading through old post and I wanna see these 6 different forms of tryoni.

Spongebob
01-04-2007, 05:37 PM
Here's a link to pictures of three forms:

http://www.nephrurus.com/gallery/o.tryoni.html

Bob

geckodan
01-04-2007, 08:14 PM
Michael, The pics are not showing for me. Are they the same pics as those on your website??

geckodan
01-04-2007, 08:17 PM
Here's a link to pictures of three forms:

They look familiar :D
In all honesty, in Australia, there are as many forms as there are isolated rock faces.