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Robin/ger
07-06-2006, 08:36 AM
Hi all!

I just want to share a few pics of some of my geckos
My pair of P. androjensis (1. pic 0,1/ 2.pic 1,0)
http://s2.bilder-hosting.de/img/1VEZD.jpg (http://www.bilder-hosting.de/show/1VEZD.html)
http://s2.bilder-hosting.de/img/1Y9XZ.jpg (http://www.bilder-hosting.de/show/1Y9XZ.html)

And some P. picta
http://s2.bilder-hosting.de/img/1ZAKM.jpg (http://www.bilder-hosting.de/show/1ZAKM.html)
http://s2.bilder-hosting.de/img/20O2W.jpg (http://www.bilder-hosting.de/show/20O2W.html)
http://s2.bilder-hosting.de/img/1ZR21.jpg (http://www.bilder-hosting.de/show/1ZR21.html)

I hope you like them!

Greetings

Robin

the moof
07-06-2006, 09:16 PM
BEAUTIFUL little geckos! fantastic colouration on those pictus too! (i prefer the duller species, like androyensis though ;) )

Reptiluvr
07-06-2006, 09:18 PM
Great pics. I especially like the androyensis. They are fun little geckos.

Bowfinger
07-06-2006, 10:09 PM
Ichecked this post out to see the cool little andros and was very suprised to see how nice your pictus are!

Robin/ger
07-06-2006, 10:43 PM
Hi again!

Thank you all for your comments!

I like Paroedura much(perhaps most)- At the moment, i'm keeping 11 P. picta (15eggs still incubating), one pair of androjensis(2eggs) and one single P. stumpffi( thanks again Patrick)
http://s2.bilder-hosting.de/img/5I2LN.jpg (http://www.bilder-hosting.de/show/5I2LN.html)
Perhaps anyone of you got a female for him at the show in Hamm?

I'm looking forward to get more Paroedura specs in the future.

Greetings

Robin

the moof
07-06-2006, 10:46 PM
wow, thats quite a collection robin! Also, du kommst auch aus Deutschland. Klasse :D Welche Phelsuma arten hast du denn?

josse
07-07-2006, 03:57 AM
Really nice! How do you guys keep your P. androyensis? I'm thinking about keeping this species in the future.
Thanks!

Robin/ger
07-07-2006, 06:16 AM
Hallo,

@ the moof: I've just started to keep Phelsuma some weeks ago with an adult pair of P. laticauda.

@ josse: I keep them in a 30x30x20cm glass terrarium @ temps of 27C day and arround 20 at night. I 've seperated the male from the female after i found the first eggs.

They don't like it to dry, so i mist every evening.

They are great fun to watch- best is feeding time! The things the do with their tail- unbeliveable!