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    I was wondering if there are others out there working with species/subspecies of leopard geckos in the US. I have a group of E. m. afganicus and a bunch of female E. m. fasciolatus and I'm looking for a male. I enjoy them a lot and would like to hook up with other keeping these and others to trade offspring.

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    Chuck
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    Hi Chuck, I am from France as you know (greetings, by the way!) and I keep a pair of E. m. fasciolatus, F1 CBB. I believe they are quite rare as "pure" subspecies are getting more and more difficult to find with all the intergrades on the market.
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