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    Hey guys got these little guys yesterday and am over the moon.
    Ya dont see many around and they are just stunning!
    SHEAI!!






    knobby's rule!!

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    VERY Noice maaaate

    Good shots too==> you must have had someone else take the photos!!! LOL

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    I think you are mistaken, the thread title should read "New Asper"

    Joking Joking Joking!

    I've not seen them in the Kimberley yet. I'm keen to see wild animals.

    Working towards the whole set then? You've still got a bit of a way to go!

    -H

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    What's the difference with asper ?

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    Are their heads shaped different?
    *I* Nephrurus *I* Underwoodisaurus *I* Hemitheconyx *I*

    Ira Leventhal Geckos

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    Asper is found in the nord eastern parts of Australia. Sheai in the north west.
    Asper should have unbanded digits, whereas Sheai has stronly banded digits.

    Sheai should have a slightly bigger SVL (120mm in stead of 115)

    I'm not sure if this information is 100% accurate. Its from Swan and Wilson

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    Good on you mate....congrats!
    Pete

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    very interesting sheai

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    Hi Womma, nice looking Nephrurus, nice pictures too of course
    I wondering about how big boxes you use for your Nephrurus.

    Thanks
    /Niclas
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    A.felinus "Cameron Highlands", A.felinus "Johor Silvereye", A.cf.dorsalis, G. araneus, G.kuroiwae, G.luii, G.orientalis, G.splendens, G.yamashinae, H.caudicinctus: Tangerine Amel; Patternless; Normal, N.amyae "Hypo", N.l.levis, N.wheeleri.cinctus, N/U. milii, O. marmorata "Western", Xenagama taylori, Chamaeleo calyptratus

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