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    Just wanted to share some of my latest additions : 0.0.6 S. wellingtonae


    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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    Stunning additions, Rob. Love the red/orange features and spines.

    Any set up pics?

    Thanks for sharing.
    Cheers, Sam

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    Very awesome I would love to see more pics.
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    WOW Those look incredible!

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    Those are awesome, Rob!! I can't wait until I get some too. Hopefully next year lol.

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    I love these guys. Thanks for the awesome pics!

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    Very nice !! Thanks for sharing)
    Paroedura masobe
    Oedura coggeri
    Strophurus krisalys
    Strophurus ciliaris ciliaris
    Strophurus taenicauda
    Strophurus intermedius
    Strophurus spinigerus
    Diplodactylus. gallateus
    Pachydactylus rangei
    Leachianus sp
    Nephrurus amyae
    Nephrurus Levi's
    Nephrurus wheeleri
    Underwoodisaurus Milli
    Teratolepis fashiata
    V Kimberly
    Phyllurus platurus
    Uroplatus sikorae
    Petrosaurus thalassinus
    Anoles smallwoodi
    Chamaleon barbaratus not a gecko.I like it

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    Very special geckos! What size do they have?

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    Adults are around 12 cm.
    I don't have any setup pictures , at the moment I keep them individually in boxes(with Uv ofcourse)
    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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