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Marlies
09-01-2006, 05:48 PM
This week i made some pictures at BC Reptiles. Because there are several differant species, I posted them in "Other Gecko's ".


The aliens have landed!!
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/alien-border.jpg


http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/steno2-border.jpg

En Profil
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/steno-border.jpg


Chrondodactylus angulifer
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/chondrodactylus-border.jpg

E. macularius, possible fasciolatus
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/fascio-border.jpg

Homonota horrida
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/gekkootje-border.jpg

Oedura castelnaui
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/oeduracastelnaui-border.jpg

Pachydactylus tigrinus
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/pachydactylustigrinus-border.jpg

Paroedura picta
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/paroedura2-border.jpg

Paroedura picta
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/paroedura3-border.jpg

Close up Paroedura picta skin
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/paroedura_huid-border.jpg

Verry nice male
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/paroedura-border.jpg

Teratolepis fasciata
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/teratolepis-border.jpg

Teratoscincus keyserlingii
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/teratoscincus-border.jpg

Tropiocolotus baby
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/tropiocolotus-border.jpg

Underwoodisaurus milii
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/underwoodisauris2-border.jpg

U. milii
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/underwoodisauris3-border.jpg

Last picture
http://www.animalproject.com/gallerij/content/Gekko/Overig/underwoodisauris-border.jpg

Greetings,
Marlies

bcreptiles
09-01-2006, 05:55 PM
thanks for posting them :D :D
you've got a great camera! :D

Palex134
09-01-2006, 06:01 PM
gorgeous! I love the Homonota horrida, awesome collection!

miss libby
09-01-2006, 07:59 PM
Amazing pictures, the first one is halarious, those eyes are something else.
I like the one with the tongue also. What mega pixel is you camera?

Niqui13
09-01-2006, 11:16 PM
What is the name of the "alien" gecko? Also, what the heck kind of camera do you have? :shock: Whatever type of camera it is, I want one. Your pictures rock!

DDReptiles
09-01-2006, 11:40 PM
That first shot is so cool LOL :lol: :D

Great shots and killer geckos :shock: That male picta is something else, I also like the Teratoscincus keyserlingii :)

kanopy
09-02-2006, 04:31 AM
Yes really nice gecko pics Marlies.
Fred

MiCh@3L
09-02-2006, 04:34 AM
Great pics Marlies!

What type of camera are you using and what what about your light system?

regards,
Michael

Marlies
09-02-2006, 04:41 AM
Thanks to all of you for the kind reply's!

I use a Nikon D70 + sigma 150mm. Lighting was done with a SB-800.

Greetings,
Marlies

Precision Herp
09-02-2006, 05:31 AM
:shock: Awesome shots! Do you know what species that is in the first two photos?

Marlies
09-02-2006, 06:02 AM
That is Stenodactylus sthenodactylus

Reptiluvr
09-02-2006, 08:40 AM
Stunning pictures. I love the detail on the U. milii tongue. Keep it up.

SelectGex
09-03-2006, 09:28 AM
Amazing pictures!

Uroplatus
10-09-2008, 08:36 AM
Homonota horrida is very cool and absolutely not shy.
Certainly this one. :)

http://i148.photobucket.com/albums/s21/uroplatus_album/homonota.jpg

yellowman
10-09-2008, 01:42 PM
great pictures. I like the first one of the stenodactylus.

monitor
07-20-2009, 06:25 AM
I know I'm reviving an old thread here, but seeing as I have no personal experience with fasciolatus, I wanted to ask whether the individual pictured was a juvenile or an adult. Is fasciolatus likely to keep this colour and patterning (white background colour, reduced spotting and the blue above the eyes) as an adult, or is it just normal patterning for a juvenile that will change once it matures?

Kindest regards,
Alex