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Anders Hansen
03-15-2006, 06:06 PM
Hallo everybody,

Some pictures of my animals:

Ebenavia inunguis:
http://www.igroups.dk/gfx/igroups/2090/albums/7607/DSCN2268.JPG

http://www.igroups.dk/gfx/igroups/2090/albums/7607/DSCN2269.JPG

Matoatoa (formerly Phyllodactylus) breviceps:

http://www.igroups.dk/gfx/igroups/2090/albums/7607/DSCN2262.JPG

http://www.igroups.dk/gfx/igroups/2090/albums/7607/DSCN2263.JPG

M. breviceps is a very interesting and indeed funny species to look at. It has it orgins in Madagascar and it moves just like a salamander. Very delicate species.

Hope you like them![/img]

kenya_1977
03-15-2006, 06:15 PM
Very cool! I know that the Ebenavia inunguis have been the topic of a few conversations as of late.

Really like the M. breviceps too. For some reason I think of a sea creature when I see the whole length of him. Reminds me of nessie.

-Crystal

oscar
03-15-2006, 06:55 PM
awesome species Anders! i love see the differences that you can find with the same family(?) of animals. the E.inunguis is stunning.

Scott

Dragonflames81
03-15-2006, 07:08 PM
those guys are awesome looking esp the first ones, never seen that kind of gecko before, that tail is simply amazing.

weswright
03-15-2006, 08:00 PM
Ebenavia inunguis, very cool. Are they pretty hardy?

Jan Grathwohl
03-16-2006, 02:51 AM
GREAT shots Anders - was about to ask for photos :)

Has to come by soon and see them IRL :)

Anders Hansen
03-16-2006, 05:18 AM
Hallo everyone,

I am actually not quite sure if I take them as being hardy or rather fragile. One thing is for sure, I will not keep them too hot. But the Ebenavia seem more hardy than Matoatoa. And you are right oscar, there is a big difference in physiological appereance within these two species.
Very funny animals I think.

I am glad you liked them. And Jan, just come along, these are not the same IRL.

Uropl@tus
03-16-2006, 02:09 PM
Hello Anders

I see that Andreas made a good job by bringing them to Germany. I wish you many sucess. I kept E. inunguis for a long time and it's a really interesting species. I think you will have many fun with both species.

Best Regards Patrick

the moof
03-16-2006, 02:21 PM
my envy is incredible. that ebanavia is absolutely beautiful, and the matoatoa. i have never seen one, or even heard of one in captivity. you are incredibly lucky. great geckos all round.

regards,
*the moof*

Anders Hansen
03-17-2006, 03:39 AM
Hallo Patrick and moof.

Thank you very much. I hope indeed also I will be abel to breed this species of gecko. I have been looking for Ebenavia for quite a while now. I am quite fatisfied now that I finally got some.

DDReptiles
03-17-2006, 08:35 AM
Just when you think you see every gecko another incredible on pops up. Awsome geckos, love the tails 8) :D :shock: