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    Talking Cyrtodactylus irianjayaensis


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    I have seen these guys at a few shows but never payed much attention until I saw some adult females... I was BLOWN away at how big they were. I handled one and was immediatly reminded of my favorite varanus: v. beccarii

    I had been milling over getting one or a pair, but yesterday after looking through about 8 of them, I picked up a pair

    Without further adue(sp?)....some pics
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    Some large females at the show


    I noticed that during the day, the males tail remains white(and the other males that were at the show)... but when I took the pictures at night, the females tail had gotten much brighter. Her tail is more brown and her color seems to darken a lot during the day.... just an observation.

    They got some dusted crickets last night. and for the time being they are in a basic setup until they've acclimated. Then I'll set them up with some really nicely planted tank.
    thanks for checkin' 'em out!
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    gorgeous
    Uroplatus - 1.0 Fimbriatus / 1.1.1 Henkeli/ 3.3 Phantasticus / 1.1 Ebenaui
    Rhacodactylus - 0.0.1 Leachianus / 1.1 ciliatus/ 0.0.1 auriculatus / 1.0 Eurydactylodes agricolae
    Goniosaurus Hainanensis 1.3 / Hemitheconyx Caudicinctus 9 amel 3 het amel /1.0 Nephrurus wheeleri/ 0.0.2 Teratoscincus Roborowski / Underwoodisaurus milii
    1.0 Cyrtodactylus irianjayaensis / 0.1 Aeluroscalabotes felinus / 1.0 Gekko Gecko

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    finally got them for you. Now I'm pretty sure I'm right on this one but if anyone else wants to correct me if I'm mistaken please do. These photos are not the best I had to get them with my phone cause I was going out and I knew I could email them to myself to post them on my girlfriends computer. My males goods. It's hard to make out but there are like three flat oval shaped things on each side of the vent.







    hope these help

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    Uroplatus - 1.0 Fimbriatus / 1.1.1 Henkeli/ 3.3 Phantasticus / 1.1 Ebenaui
    Rhacodactylus - 0.0.1 Leachianus / 1.1 ciliatus/ 0.0.1 auriculatus / 1.0 Eurydactylodes agricolae
    Goniosaurus Hainanensis 1.3 / Hemitheconyx Caudicinctus 9 amel 3 het amel /1.0 Nephrurus wheeleri/ 0.0.2 Teratoscincus Roborowski / Underwoodisaurus milii
    1.0 Cyrtodactylus irianjayaensis / 0.1 Aeluroscalabotes felinus / 1.0 Gekko Gecko

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    Got some ventral pics...
    Male:



    Female:






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    Does anyone on here know if this species has been bred in captivity before? I'm just curious...
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    I have had my long term captives breed. Here are some pictures:









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    Those are ADORABLE!!! Lol great pics!
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    Awesome work there Mike!! Not a common site!

    Could you please share some husbandry tips, incubation time, how you incubated? How many clutches do you normally get per female?

    Hopefully I can get mine to breed, I have 2.3 LTC now, and I see my female ovulate/possibly gravid.

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    When it comes to breeding they are hit and miss. I keep them at room temp with lots of places to hide. Incubation time was about 120 days. I incubated in a hovabator at about 78F in a one to one mixture of vermiculite and water by weight. Kind of like a crested gecko but twice as long. I have been getting one or two clutches of one or two eggs a year, about half of them have been fertile. Hope that helps.
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    My pair is settling in nicely.... snapped a couple pics of the male tonight with his evening colors. He has such drastic change from daytime/evening....
    old pic:

    (he gets almost this dark...this is the female)


    New pics male:


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