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    very nice Kobe. i enjoy seeing all the Goniurosauras ssp. but they dont seem to be very popular. how has your experience been with them?

    thanks for sharing.
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    They are easy to keep it,they just need the cool and wet place.
    I love all the Goniurosauras ssp,do you keep any Goniurosauras ssp??
    I am keeping the G.k.s,G.a,G.l.h

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    Goni's are really cool. I haven't had any problems with them at all. i'd like to get into the japanese species, but right now i keep G. lichtenfelderi and should be producing a small number of babies this season! As Kobe said, so long as their moisture and humidity requirements are met they are quite easy to keep.

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    i have a Goniusauras Luii and he has been very easy to care for. i saw some vietnamese cave geckos this weekend at at reptile show being offered, but i had my eye on some other geckos and some snakes.
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    They're beautiful.
    What is their common name?

    -collin
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    I have trio of G. luii (1.2) from Nathan, I was just wondering if any has seen them drink from a shallow water dish. I have one in their enclosure but I think it's a waste. Misting seems the best route. I'm really interested in other G. ssp. If anyone has any let me know. THX

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