Below is a list of species that are currently breeding.  The expressed numbers such as 2.3.6 indicate 2 males, 3 females, 6 unsexed juveniles (might be sexable with closer examination) and the indicates eggs currently incubating for those species.  Species listed as 0.0.0 are species here that are gravid, just paired-up and witnessed breeding, or expected to begin breeding almost immediately.  Other species that typically breed might be missing from the list (ex.  Gonatodes ceciliae) due to:  currently hibernating, not expected to breed during this period of the year, etc.  Furthermore, some species that have a waiting list might not be listed due to the need in addressing inquiries that I cannot fulfill at this time.


  


0.0.2   Afroedura africana africana


0.0.0   Afroedura africana namaquensis


1.1.0    Afroedura loveridgei –


0.0.3   Afroedura loveridgei –


1.1.0    Aristelliger lar – half-grown pair.  ON HOLD


0.0.4  Aristelliger lar – colorful northern form.  Gets 12” TL.     


0.0.2    Asaccus caudivolvulus – Large,duck-billed rock dweller from UAE/Oman


1.1.0    Bavayia cyclura – young adult pair.  New Caledonian velvet geckos. 


1.0.0    Blaesodactylus antogillensis  


0.1.0    Blaesodactylus boivini


1.1.0   Blaesodactylus sakalava – perfect, young adult pair.  Just started laying.  


1.0.0   Bunopus tuberculatus – terrestrial, rare, UAE form.


1.1.0    Chondrodactylus fitzsimonsi – sub-adults! 


0.0.4   Chondrodactylus fitzsimonsi


0.0.4   Chondrodactylus cf. pulitzerae – triangular head, very flat


0.0.2   Colopus wahlbergii furcifer


1.0.0   Colopus wahlbergii wahlbergii


0.0.2   Cosymbotus (Hemidactylus) platurus


0.1.0    Cyrtodactylus sp.  – large, Malaysian, C. peguensis-like. 


0.1.0   Cyrtopodion scabrum


0.0.1   Cyrtopodion turcmenicum – rough scaled Agamura!


1.1.0   Geckolepis typica – Malagasy fish-scaled.  Mid-sized species.  


0.1.0    Gehyra mutilata – c.b.. 


1.1.0    Gehyra oceanica – c.b. perfect pair.  Indonesian.


1.1.0   Gekko badeni – 75% grown.


1.1.0   Gekko japonicus


1.1.0    Gekko monarchus – Borneo form.  Rare.  Juvenile pair.


0.0.1    Gekko petricolus – yellow headed sandstone gecko.


1.0.1   Gekko shibatai – very cool yellow-lipped, colorful new species. 


1.1.0    Gekko siamensis – c.b. sub-adult.  Perfect.


1.0.0    Gekko vittatus – c.b. adult male. 


0.0.2   Goggia hewitti


0.0.2   Goniurosaurus hainanensis – incredible, high contrast juveniles. 


0.0.0   Goniurosaurus kuriowae


1.0.0    Goniurosaurus luii – breeder male.  Perfect.


0.1.0   Haemodracon riebeckii – giants that get a full 12” long! 


0.1.0   Haemodracon trachyrhinus


1.1.0   Hemidactylus flaviviridis – c.b. sub-adults.  Perfect.


0.0.2   Hemidactylus flaviviridis – juveniles.  Large house gecko from Oman.     


0.0.6   Hemidactylus leschenaulti – beautiful Indian bark geckos.  Gets large. 


1.1.3   Hemidactylus mercatorius – rare, endemic to Madagascar.


1.1.0    Hemidactylus persicus – large yellow Hemi’s from Iraq.  Sub-adults       &n bsp;       &nbs p;  


0.0.2   Hemidactylus robustus – Oman, egg-gluers       &n bsp;  


0.0.4   Hemidactylus ruspoli – 6-12weeks old.      


0.0.2    Hemidactylus sp. (gold/brown and black blotches) Ghana         &n bsp;       &nbs p;                 &n bsp;       &nbs p;  


0.1.0   Hemidactylus subtriedrus – 75% grown female       &n bsp;       &nbs p;


0.0.4   Hemidactylus tanganicus – large and stout.


0.0.4   Hemidactylus triedrus – Termite geckos.  Pakistan form.  Gets large       &nb sp;         ; 


0.0.1    Homonota horrida – Paraguay


0.1.0    Homonota fasciata – Argentina


0.4.0   Lepidodactylus lugubris – parthenogenic, sub-adults


0.0.2   Lygodactylus kimhowelli – no longer exported!


0.1.1   Lygodactylus luteopicturatus – no longer exported!


0.0.0   Microgecko persicus euphorbiacola – Very vocal! 


0.0.0   Oedura castelnaui


0.0.3    Oedura monilis


0.0.4    Oedura robusta


0.0.2    Pachydactylus atorquatus – 8 weeks old.  Perfect            ;


1.1.0   Pachydactylus bicolor – NEW southern form – HIGH contrast, lots of yellow       &n bsp;       


0.0.3   Pachydactylus bicolor – NEW southern form – HIGH contrast, lots of yellow!


1.1.0   Pachydactylus caraculicus – young, yearling breeding-sized pair. 


0.0.5   Pachydactylus caraculicus -        &n bsp;       &nbs p;                 &n bsp;       &nbs p;                 &n bsp;  


1.1.0   Pachydactylus carinatus


0.0.4   Pachydactylus carinatus – 8-12 weeks old.  


0.0.6   Pachydactylus fasciatus – black and yellow banded


1.0.0    Pachydactylus formosus               &n bsp;       &nbs p;      


0.0.4   Pachydactylus gaiasensis – big!


0.0.0   Pachydactylus geitje       &n bsp;    


1.0.0   Pachydactylus haackei       & nbsp;       


1.0.0   Pachydactylus maraisi


0.1.0   Pachydactylus mclachlani


1.0.0    Pachydactylus monicae         &n bsp;       &nbs p;                       &n bsp;       &nbs p;                 &n bsp;       &nbs p;     


1.1.0   Pachydactylus montanus


1.1.0   Pachydactylus oreophilus – RARE!


1.1.0   Pachydactylus parascutatus – breeding pair.                 &n bsp;  


0.0.3   Pachydactylus scherzi       & nbsp;   - semi-terrestrial.


1.1.0    Pachydactylus scherzi – sub-adults, ready to breed.   


0.0.4   Pachydactylus scutatus                &n bsp;  


1.1.4   Pachydactylus serval – 3 banded form.


0.0.6   Pachydactylus sp. – new form, “3-spot carinatus-like”.  Colorful.   


0.0.5   Pachydactylus sp. – new large species from Angola.  VERY colorful.


0.0.4   Pachydactylus sp. – new rough-scaled species, lots of orange.  


0.0.7   Pachydactylus tigrinus – Mozambique (08/2007 new line)


0.0.4   Pachydactylus tsodiloensis


1.0.0   Pachydactylus vanzyli  - Kaokogecko vanzyli – web-footed geckos.


1.1.0   Paroedura ibityensis


0.0.2    Paroedura sp. – large new form, related to P. tanjaka.            &n bsp;  


0.0.2   Phelsuma abbotti chekei – 2-6 week old         ;        & nbsp;       &nb sp;         ;        & nbsp;       &nb sp;         ;     


1.1.0   Phelsuma astriata semicarinata – sub-adults. 


2.0.3   Phelsuma dubia – Tanzanian form.


1.1.0   Phelsuma dubia – Comoro Island form.


0.3.0   Phelsuma grandis – various normal lines from Madagascar, FL


0.1.0   Phelsuma heilscheri – rare.  Sub-adult.


0.1.0   Phelsuma kochi – 75% grown       &nb sp;         ;        & nbsp;       &nb sp;         ;        & nbsp;       &nb sp;         ;        & nbsp;      


0.0.1   Phelsuma laticauda laticauda


0.0.2    Phelsuma lineata punctulata


1.0.0    Phelsuma parva


0.1.0    Phelsuma quad. bimaculata          &n bsp;       &nbs p;                 &n bsp;       &nbs p;                 &n bsp;       &nbs p;                 &n bsp;       &nbs p;  


1.1.0    Phelsuma standingii – sub-adults!!!         &n bsp;       &nbs p;                 &n bsp;       &nbs p;                 &n bsp;       &nbs p;                


0.0.2   Phelsuma sundbergi sundbergi         &n bsp;       &nbs p; 


1.1.0   Phelsuma sundbergi ladiguensis


0.1.0   Phelsuma v-nigra comorograndensis


0.0.2   Phyllopezus pollicaris przewalskii – large, rare species from Paraguay..  


0.1.0   Pristurus cf. rupestris – Oman form.  Tail-flagging species.  Diurnal. 


1.0.0   Ptenopus carpi – red-eyed form.  Sub-adult.   


1.1.0    Ptenopus garrulus maculatus – large and loud!   


0.1.2   Ptenopus kochi – Large, barking geckos.  LOUD.    Juv:  18 weeks old.  


0.0.2   Ptyodactylus hasselquistii –


0.0.1   Ptyodactylus oudrii -  Moroccan    


0.0.3    Rhacodactylus auriculatus – Euro bloodlines.  Red, orange, etc.


1.1.0    Rhacodactylus auriculatus – Striped adults.  German line   


1.0.0    (Rhacodactylus) Mniarogecko chahoua – Czech P.I. bloodline.


0.0.1    (Rhacodactylus) Mniarogecko chahoua – Czech P.I. line.  Lots of white! 


0.1.1    (Rhacodactylus) Mniarogecko chahoua – Troeger P.I. line.  German.


0.0.2    (Rhacodactylus) Mniarogecko chahoua – German P. I. line.  NICE.  Lots of white 


0.0.2    (Rhacodactylus) Mniarogecko chahoua – Mainland.  Canadian bloodline.  


0.0.25  (Rhacodactylus) Correlophis ciliatus – various harlequin, pinstripe, reds, etc.   


0.1.0    Rhacodactylus leachianus – Caanawa (Isle K) 3 year old virgin.  


1.1.0    Rhacodacytlus leachianus – 32 week old Nu Ami male, yearling female Nu Ami. 


1.0.0    (Rhacodactylus) Correlophis sarasinorum – sub-adult. 


1.1.0   Rhoptropus afer – rare!  Ground dwelling day gecko from Namib desert.   


0.0.0   Rhoptropus bradfieldi – large, completely black coastal form.


1.1.3   Rhoptropus sp. – Kaoko form, stout and colorful.


0.1.0    Sphaerodactylus armasi – rare. 


1.0.0    Sphaerodactylus difficilis diolenius


1.1.0    Sphaerodactylus macrolepis ateles -


0.1.0    Sphaerodactylus nigropunctatus ssp.


1.1.0    Sphaerodactylus nigropunctatus ocujal – breeding pair. 


1.0.0    Sphaerodactylus townsendi 


0.0.3   Stenodactylus sthenodactylus


1.1.0    Tarentola angustamentalis


1.2.0   Tarentola caboverdiana – NICE, white speckled, rare!


0.0.2   Tarentola caboverdiana –


0.1.0    Tarentola delalandii – 75% grown.


0.0.1   Teratoscincus s. scincus –C.b. sub-adult female.  8 week old juvenile. 


0.0.2    Underwoodisaurus milii – 4 months old.  Perfect.  ON HOLD