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    Some baby banded geckos from this year. It was a good year from the San Diego banded geckos. Here are a couple of their babies:

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    Here's one of two Utah banded gecko hatchlings.

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    And also got a couple of Texas banded geckos to hatch.

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    Looking good Paul!

    I need to get out to the boot heel for some bogerti.

    How's the herping (klaub'n) been for you?
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    Chris! How've you been?

    Yeah, me, too on the bogerti. I've seen one in Granite Gap many years ago but that was it. Herpin' has been good. Spent some time in Mexico this year for the first time. You?

    Had a few litters of klauberi born this year. Here's a Peloncillo female and her babies.
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    Outside of my grandfather passing back in July, not too bad honestly. Just climbing the walls wanting to herp, but not knowing where I can here in DFW or not having the time to get down south or west.

    I've seen 3 from GG, which I've equally seen other "geckos" number wise from there. This was the last one I found and only one I've photographed from there.



    Herping's been rough. It takes me 10-13 hrs to get from DFW down to I-10 & 277, even though Google claims it's a 6-8 hr drive. Even then, herping's just not been good the last 2 years. Alamogordo and Cruces spoiled me, and so far it seems gone are the days of me hopping into the truck and either being hiking or road cruising in BFE in under 30 minutes or into the boot heel in 2-3 hours. I keep hoping to hear of these Mexico trips from Erik or Warfel, but by the time I hear of them they're already back. Oh well.

    How's ABQ Zoo, sans Doug? Myself and Ian applied to there. I didn't even get a Dear John letter from them this time. LOL

    I'm envious of the Peloncillo klaub. I've still yet to find one there.

    What's the locale on your brevis? I have a female from Alamogordo I need to pair up.
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    Yeah, herping in DFW can be pretty limited I would imagine. Probably some good areas to flip out westward more. Kinda stuck because you're a ways away from W. Texas herping. Go east and find some Western Pigs and Louisiana Pines.

    Gotta love those Halloween gex. I've never seen any there. Only poked around GG a couple of times... I tend to keep driving west or south from there

    Haha... we're a mess... were a bigger mess with Doug but still a mess after Well, join the club... I wasn't qualified to even interview either...

    The brevis is from Iraan. Need to get some NM animals. Had a Huecos male but couldn't pair him up... Haven't even thought about Alamogordo for brevis... duh!

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