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    WOW! will any of the Galeatus hatchlings be for sale?
    At the moment they are reserved .
    I have some more eggs in the incubator so fingers crossed .
    N. laevissimus ; N.levis levis ; N. levis occidentalis ; N. levis pilbarensis ; N. deleani ; N. amyae ; D. granariensis granariensis ; D. pulcher(striped) ; D. pulcher (blotched) ;D. steindachneri ; D. galeatus ; S. ciliaris ciliaris ; S. krysalis ; S. wellingtonae ; R.auriculatus ; R.leachianus henkeli ; R. ciliatus ; C. brevis

    Not gecko's
    E. stokesii ; F. pardalis

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    ok, sounds good! (fingers crossed)
    galloping geckos

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    Galeatus yummmmmmmm Thanks for sharing the lil cuties, a definite addition to collection next yr if not later this one

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    congratulations on your new babys ..looking very good

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    Beautiful babies! Definitely on my 'in the future' list.

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    Nice D.galeatus..I have a few pairs myself..
    Diplodactylus Are really fun gecko's to work with..
    Glad to see someone in the same passion..


    Thanks for the pics
    Jason S
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolah View Post
    Glad to see someone in the same passion..
    Here another diplo/lucasium freak
    C.angulifer , turneri -D.g.granariensis,granariensis Rex , pulcher , tessellatus , vittatus - E.Macularius - G.chazaliae - H.imbricatus , triedrus- H.Caudicinctus - H.Africanus - H.fasciata - L.byrnei , damaeum , steindachneri , stenodactylum - N.amyae , milii , levis levis , wheeleri cinctus - O.castelnaui , monilis - P.rangei , tigrinus - P.androyensis , bastardi , Pictus , stumpfii , vazimba - S.sthenodactylus - S.intermedius , taenicauda - T.keyserlingii , Scincus http://www.sl-geckos.com/
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    Fantastic colouration and markings on the galeatus - well done.

    Tim

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    sorry for brining up an old thread

    but do you still breed theese geckos?

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