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    Hello to all!

    These are my coleonyx e.elegans. The phases are nominal, striped and...still I do not know the one of third. Somebody can help me?


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    Awesome group of C. elegans! Thanks for posting. The one on the rock has some brilliant patterns.Are they all female?Thanks

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    beautiful geckos CS. i wouldnt know about the 'phase' but it kinda reminds me of the jungle phase that you can find with leos. thanks for the pic.

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    Really nice C.elegans group.
    I got 2.1.2 of them.

    Best luck with them.
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    Very nice!

    From left: Normal, Stripe, and partial stripe/Jungle.

    What I think is neat is the middle one; is it always that light, in shed, or always that hypomelanistic?

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    Very nice.

    I do have a recommendation, though. These are tropical animals, not desert. I'd get em off of the sand and onto coco husk or bark. Also, raise the humidity quite a bit.

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    This was a post from 2005 that got resurrected. I doubt this member is still around.

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    Yes, and if these geckos were kept of dry sand, they probably aren't around anymore either.

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