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Sourri
11-22-2008, 12:21 PM
My C. peguensis babies have already grown a lot since they hatched in september this year. I was very surprised because of their different pattern when they hatched and the difference has even become more clearly now:

http://eddus.net/Webpics/Peguensis1.jpg

http://eddus.net/Webpics/Peguensis2.jpg

I will keep them until they can be sexed and then I hope to find some mates for them!

Regards
Siri

BlackMetalMaster
11-22-2008, 06:29 PM
Hi Siri,

congratulations, they look great and seem to be doing very well!

Br,

Chris

Melissa
11-22-2008, 07:25 PM
Interesting geckos with snakelike patterning.
Good luck with them.
Thanks for sharing.

Melissa

DDReptiles
11-23-2008, 10:51 AM
Very Nice, the first one especially has a sweet pattern :)

Sourri
11-30-2008, 04:51 AM
Thank you!
Another one hatched two days ago still waiting for its clutchmate :)

Gecko Ranch
11-30-2008, 04:46 PM
Cool, are these chirpers? I have a subspecies that does not chirp. I miss the chirping!

Sourri
11-30-2008, 05:24 PM
Yes the male chirped very much at the beginning of breeding season but haven't heard anything since that time anymore.

rattlesnake082
12-10-2008, 04:15 PM
Pegus are cool.

Congrats! :)

Jaguar Gecko77
12-14-2008, 11:56 PM
Gratz! Its always cool to see people breeding my Fav. Gecko! Keep it up!!
David-

Gecko Ranch
12-27-2008, 01:03 PM
I'm raising one with the parents, seems to be doing fine in there!

Bowfinger
12-28-2008, 07:13 PM
Cool, are these chirpers? I have a subspecies that does not chirp. I miss the chirping!

I have sold my pegu collection, but while in my hands both recent locals chirped. This includes the linage I sold you(at least their parents). When at my highest count (3 pairs of each local) they would chirp at each other to the rate of every minute or so for hours at a time. Maybe this communication is not used in smaller numbers i.e. solo males, pairs etc.
I can not account for import locals prior to 2 years ago though.

Sourri
03-21-2009, 01:14 PM
This is what happens if you don't check your terrariums regularly for new eggs: you get some new eggs AND babies faster than you think :biggrin:

http://eddus.net/Webpics/Pegu2.jpg

http://eddus.net/Webpics/Pegu1.jpg

The big one is a C. pulchellus egg, from the second one I only found shells but no baby so I fear it has become a snack for its mother/father :cry:

I hope for this one that it will hatch soon!

Regards
Siri

Sebastian
03-21-2009, 05:05 PM
Good work Siri :)
This is one of the nicest Cyrtodactylus sp. IMO.

Lizardman
03-21-2009, 06:13 PM
Really nice looking C.pegu.
These are some of my favourite geckos for sure.
I hope to get some of these later.

Thanks for sharing

Good luck with them and keep the good work up!
/Niclas

Sourri
07-12-2009, 12:26 PM
Here's just a little update on my pegu babies :biggrin:
They are subadult now and I think they are 1,1.
The male still looks the same like when he came out of the egg but the female looks much more beautiful than before.

No.1, I think it's a male:
http://eddus.net/Webpics/Pegu11.jpg

and No.2 hopefully a female:
http://eddus.net/Webpics/Pegu12.jpg

And some of their younger siblings :) :
http://eddus.net/Webpics/Pegubabies.jpg

Regards
Siri

tristan 92
07-12-2009, 05:00 PM
Congrats Siri !
They are very beautiful ! do you keep your hatchling together ?

Sourri
07-12-2009, 06:13 PM
Hello Tristan,


no. It was just while I was changing substrates in their boxes :)

Sourri
07-17-2009, 04:43 PM
The big one is a C. pulchellus egg, from the second one I only found shells but no baby so I fear it has become a snack for its mother/father :cry:

I hope for this one that it will hatch soon!


Here it is :banana: :

before shedding
http://www.eddus.net/Webpics/C. pulchellus.jpg

and after
http://www.eddus.net/Webpics/C.pulchellus2.jpg

JimmyNightlizard
07-20-2009, 01:47 AM
It looks like the same rare darker local of pulchellus that I have! Does the mother have a U shape on her snout? Or is it a V? Your baby looks just like mine! I'll attach some pics of them and their mother:)

Jim

atprosug
09-14-2009, 05:28 AM
My C. peguensis babies have already grown a lot since they hatched in september this year. I was very surprised because of their different pattern when they hatched and the difference has even become more clearly now:

http://eddus.net/Webpics/Peguensis1.jpg

http://eddus.net/Webpics/Peguensis2.jpg

I will keep them until they can be sexed and then I hope to find some mates for them!

Regards
Siri

congrate bro,

Sourri
09-15-2009, 06:11 AM
It looks like the same rare darker local of pulchellus that I have! Does the mother have a U shape on her snout? Or is it a V? Your baby looks just like mine! I'll attach some pics of them and their mother:)

Jim

Hello Jim,


sorry I didn't realize your post before, your animals are beautiful!
My adults look quite similar to yours but as far as I know mine have a "v" also. I'll try to take pictures later!

Regards
Sii