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    After seeing all the other great photos, I thought I better post something. These hatched earlier in the year and are probably the species that I am most excited about producing this year. Unfortunately, I didn't produce as many as I would have liked, but there is always next year...


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    Beautiful!! They are like elongated Galeatus! I haven't heard of anyone having that species in captivity over here.

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    Wow, I also like so much that species. Great looking animals Jerry.
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    Hello Jerry, very nice animals, i love them.
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    Amazing, Jerry - thanks again for sharing pics of your beautiful geckos with us

    The striped D. pulcher looks interesting, do you often got striped morphs?

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    Hello Jerry ,
    Very Nice Photo ,
    I hope i can find time to speak to Justin to post some pictures of Diplodactylus Pulcher from my trip in WA . I saw at least 20 of them (Striped, Banded and normal pattern) and all of them around each other, not was like different locations.
    Very big the females is the only i can say , You could see them 5meters away and nearly know the sex of them.

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    Spectacular Dips, Jerry!

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    Jerry, Nice photos - showing once again the variation within this genus (to me Diplodactylus is probably the most interesting gecko genus of all, because they all look and behave very different).
    George, it is interesting to hear that these different forms occur in the same locale. This gives some food for thought regarding the captive breeding of locales and forms.


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    awesome pics


    that has to be my favorite diplo of them all

    so do you have a nice group of them now?
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    Hi Jerry,
    amazing, fantastic animals like always! And great to hear that the breedingsucsess is there. And for sure there could be some more CBs (like mostly ),
    best regards and a happy new year
    Michael T

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