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    This is my bigger G. araneus pair CB 2011, that I've just put together for their first breeding season.
    Female is really huge (26g), almost as big as huuliensis females.

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    I really like the coloration on the male, the deep chocolate and burnt orange is very tiger like..... Beautiful!

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    Very nice Mat!

    May be interested in any offspring that you may get from this pair.....


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    No problem. We can talk about it later in the year, for September or December.
    Thanks.

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    All the cool gonis are in Europe

    Very beautiful. Love them. I just acquired my first g. araneus this year and she is absolutely a joy to have. I have a boy coming this month some time. Very excited for these.
    g. luii 2.0.0 | g. hainanensis 1.1.0 | g. araneus 0.1.0
    n. wheeleri 1.1.0 | H. imbricatus 1.0.0 | 1.2.1 p. picta
    0.2.1 gargs | 3.2.2 cresteds | 1.3.0 leos | 2 L. lugubris
    on the lookout for 0.1.0 H. imbricatus
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    Thanks Rachel.
    I guess a lot of keepers/breeders in the US are only interested in leopard or crested geckos.
    All Goniurosaurus are great to work with, but are still very much underrated.
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    Unfortunately that is the truth. And while I did start out in them and do enjoy them for being personable, there are just way too many little thumbs in that crested/leopard gecko pie, so to speak. I have my ones in my collection as pets, and outreach animals for schools but I'd prefer now to move into something a little bit more obscure.

    The Gonis are definitely underrated, and I hope to change that eventually.
    g. luii 2.0.0 | g. hainanensis 1.1.0 | g. araneus 0.1.0
    n. wheeleri 1.1.0 | H. imbricatus 1.0.0 | 1.2.1 p. picta
    0.2.1 gargs | 3.2.2 cresteds | 1.3.0 leos | 2 L. lugubris
    on the lookout for 0.1.0 H. imbricatus
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