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    Default A Bit of My Strophurus Collection


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    Hey everyone. It's been a while since I've posted here, and my collection has grown a bit since my last post. I'm currently keeping seven species of Strophurus, and I took photos of a few of them a couple days ago. Here are some of the photos I took. You can see more on my Facebook page. I can't wait until this breeding season gets started. Hopefully I have a good year with them

    Strophurus wellingtonae female


    Strophurus spinigerus female


    Strophurus intermedius male (Eastern form)


    Strophurus krisalys juvenile


    Strophurus taenicauda male


    Strophurus taenicauda male (white-eyed)


    Strophurus williamsi male


    Strophurus williamsi female


    Strophurus williamsi male


    Strophurus williamsi female


    Strophurus rankini female


    Strophurus rankini male


    Strophurus rankini male
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    Very nice, kinda missing some ciliaris though...
    E. macularius
    H. imbricatus
    C. pubisulcus
    C. ciliatus
    M. chahoua
    R. auriculatus
    B. cyclura
    S. ciliaris
    S. wellingtonae
    S. taenicauda
    S. spinigerus
    S. krisalys
    P. grandis
    P. abbotti chekei
    E. inunguis
    P. masobe
    p. picta
    U. henkeli
    U. lineatus
    U. sikorae
    U. sikorae
    Mt. d'Ambre
    U. phantasticus
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    Thanks Tamara! Ah, I know! I need some lol. I'm planning on getting a few later this year
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    Haha, thats great...
    We are picking up krisalys in 2 weeks and hope to get our hands on some wellingtonae later this year.
    E. macularius
    H. imbricatus
    C. pubisulcus
    C. ciliatus
    M. chahoua
    R. auriculatus
    B. cyclura
    S. ciliaris
    S. wellingtonae
    S. taenicauda
    S. spinigerus
    S. krisalys
    P. grandis
    P. abbotti chekei
    E. inunguis
    P. masobe
    p. picta
    U. henkeli
    U. lineatus
    U. sikorae
    U. sikorae
    Mt. d'Ambre
    U. phantasticus
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    Oh that's awesome! I wish I could find some S. ciliaris aberrans, S. strophurus, and Southern form S. intermedius. And I want some elderi too lol. It will probably be a while before I'm able to acquire all those. Someday, though

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    Awesome collection of Strophurus!!!!! Definitely gotta pair up my male ciliaris from and get more Strophurus.Best of luck this year and I hope you can add to your collection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpinyTailz View Post
    Oh that's awesome! I wish I could find some S. ciliaris aberrans, S. strophurus, and Southern form S. intermedius. And I want some elderi too lol. It will probably be a while before I'm able to acquire all those. Someday, though
    Haha, ambitious list lol... We want some elderi too!!!
    E. macularius
    H. imbricatus
    C. pubisulcus
    C. ciliatus
    M. chahoua
    R. auriculatus
    B. cyclura
    S. ciliaris
    S. wellingtonae
    S. taenicauda
    S. spinigerus
    S. krisalys
    P. grandis
    P. abbotti chekei
    E. inunguis
    P. masobe
    p. picta
    U. henkeli
    U. lineatus
    U. sikorae
    U. sikorae
    Mt. d'Ambre
    U. phantasticus
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unique68 View Post
    Awesome collection of Strophurus!!!!! Definitely gotta pair up my male ciliaris from and get more Strophurus.Best of luck this year and I hope you can add to your collection.
    Thank you! I hope so too. And good luck pairing up your male ciliaris!

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    Haha, ambitious list lol... We want some elderi too!!!
    Haha yeah, I'm sure I'll get most of those eventually. We all need elderi! lol
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    O I think I want Williamsi and wellingtonae
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    Hi Matt. Wowwwww! What an awesome collection. I had no idea that there were so many different types of spiny tailed geckos! It is simply mind blowing!! The colouration and patterning are so stunning!! I'm going to have to investigate getting some different types as well as my spinigerus. When I get a little more experience with their care..... Thank you so very much for sharing them.
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