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    i currently have a male and female of
    gekko gecko

    plus 6 eggs

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    hmmmm, I might get a Hemidactylus or Pachydacylus thread like this started, then we could see some really oddball stuff
    geckos from around the world...

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    I'm new here on the forums, but I've kept a male Gekko Vittatus for over a year now. (he was rehomed with me).
    I just this past Sunday acquired two more that were freebies, a healthy male subadult, and a Juvie. In short:
    2.0.1.0. Gekko Vittatus

    I was looking for a female ( the person who gave them to me thought the larger of the two was female, but there are definite pores and a bulge there.)
    so it looks like I'll have to wait and see what the juvie turns out to be.
    a lot of Crested Geckos!
    0.1.0.0 Pine Isle Leachie
    2.1.0.0 Pine Isle chahoua
    1.1.0.0 C. Sarasinorum
    2.4.0.0 Gargoyle Gecko
    1.2.0 African Fat Tails
    3.0.0.0 White Lined Geckos
    2.1.0.0 Tokay Geckos
    1.1.2.2 Giant Day Geckos
    1.1.0 Blue Tongue Skinks

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    I'm keeping/breeding 1.2 CBB Tokays, the are 4 yrs old.

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    i keep 3 white lined geckos (vittatus,skunk geckos, ...etc)

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    2.5 gecko - all morphs
    0.2 smithii - the other 2.2 didn't make it

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Kamel View Post
    2.5 gecko - all morphs
    0.2 smithii - the other 2.2 didn't make it
    What morphs do you have?
    CLIFF Flock
    Tokay Geckos and other captive bred geckos.
    http://www.cafepress.com/flockreptiles
    Tile is great, if your lizards are indigenous to your bathroom

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    Quote Originally Posted by cliff_f View Post
    What morphs do you have?
    1.1 Blue Patternless
    0.1 Olive Green Patternless
    0.1 Green Patternless
    0.1 Green Patternless with Yellow Spots
    1.1 Blue Granites
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    I guess we need to talk about this again. This post is for the genus GEKKO not geckos in general. Thats why this post was started in the GEKKO section of the forums. Please read a little close before you post. This has been covered a few times threw out this thread.
    CLIFF Flock
    Tokay Geckos and other captive bred geckos.
    http://www.cafepress.com/flockreptiles
    Tile is great, if your lizards are indigenous to your bathroom

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    I am willing to put money on the fact, that 80% of leopard gecko keepers don't know what "genus" means. This is not to put down leo keepers, but it's just a simple observation: leos are the first gecko that most people get. It's the most common gecko in the trade. Mostly, scientific terms don't need to be known in order to provide proper care.


    -Sale

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