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    Default Carphodactylus laevis


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    I was lucky enough to walk in and see my Carphodactylus laevis trying to mate. Didn't want to disturb them too much so just one shot. Because of there secretive nature and they are relatively rare in captivity I'm pretty sure this is the 1st time this has been observed and photographed.
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    Awesome photo of some amazing geckos!
    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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    Very cool to see.

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    Awesome! Thanks for sharing.
    Steve Sharp
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    N.asper, N. wheeleri cinctus, N. amyae, N. levis levis, N.stellatus, N.deleani, U.milii, N.laevissimus, V.glauerti, V.tristis tristis, V.pilbarensis, and E.depressa(Northern Form).

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