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    Default A few of my Nephrurus Amyae


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    Some pictures of the Nephrurus Amyae that I keep. Enjoy










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    Gorgeous - I'm very jealous
    5.5.0 eublepharis macularius
    6:6:0 stenodactylus petrii
    2:2:2 hemitheconyx caudicintus
    1.0.0 geckonia chazaliae
    2:2:2 teratoscincus roborowski
    0:1:0 tarentola annularis
    1:1:0 homopholis fasciata
    0:2:0 lepidodactylus lugubris
    1:1:0 p.rangeii
    2:1:0 coleonyx elegans
    1.1.0 goniurosaurus luii
    0.1.0 goniurosaurus hainanensis
    1.0.0 ptyodactylus hasselquisti
    1.0.0 rhacodactylus auriculatus
    1.0.0 rhacodactylus ciliatus

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    Thanks! They are by far my favorite geckos that I have kept so far.
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    Stunning animals! I also am jealous and can't wait for my N. levis levis to arrive, along with warmer weather!
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    Very nice animals! Amyae are sweet
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    I can't wait for better shipping weather too, hopefully I can pick up a few more of these guys.

    Yes they are. They were pretty upset with the camera, which was hilarious. Barking and what not trying to scare me.

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    I'm hoping to get some this coming year. I've had levis before and currently have milii. I'm pumped to try out a more robust nephrurus My milii like to play 'badass' too lol They're a really funny genus of gecko.

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    Definitely go for the Amyae. They are also super agressive feeders!
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    Default Beautiful geckos:

    I pick up my two yeard old pair tomorrow. Any advice you can give me for keeping them? I have a cage set up but have never kept them before.

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    Make sure they have a warm side 86-88F and a cool side in the mid 70s. About a 1" layer of sand and a few hides. Mist twice a week, feed 3x a week. They are pretty simple.

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