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    Quote Originally Posted by Gekkotan View Post
    Maybe would be better to include locale wild type macularius in this one. What you guys think about it?
    I think that would make things very confusing and cause me a whole lot more work in the end!

    If someone really has an advanced keeping question about a truly wild type macularius, that can't get answered in the leo forums, there's no reason that they can't post it in here. But I'm not going to make any official rule over it as all it will do is cause a whole crap ton of leo owners to post their stuff incorrectly in here. The general rule is Leo stuff over there ---->
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    I am a big fan of correct latin names for all animals, that´s one of the things I am proud of country´s hobbists, we almost always use latin scientific names for all animals and feeders, and since this is an international forum, IMO the use of correct names should be encouraged! It is a bit confusing for me to read about "Phoenixworms", "Hornworms", "Waxworms", "Butterworms", etc etc... even when referring to something as common as mealworms I always talk about Tenebrio molitor (when talking to people in person, of course) it helps a lot to lower the language barrior.

    PS: I Would LOOOOVE to learn more about other Eublepharis Great Addition to GU !!
    Saskia!

    7.9.0 Eublepharis macularius - Leopard Geckos
    1.3.0 Hemitheconyx caudicinctus - African Fat Tailed Gecko
    2.1.0 Correlophus ciliatus - Crested Gecko


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