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    joined about 7 years ago, so im guessing its time to post, lol. I use this site to reference but just got into cresties. I have been keeping chameleons and insects such as praying mantids for close to 20 years now. I have kept Leopard geckos but got my first crestie in January now i have 4 new juvies. Im from Alabama.

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    7 years a lurker?? That's gotta be some kind of record I'm pretty new to GU myself but am enjoying digging back through old posts learning as much as I can.

    Congrats on your foray into cresties! I used to keep and breed them a few years ago, and they were great at making herpers out of my students. Their ease of care and handling was just too alluring and several of my offspring ended up with students or other educators. I've now gotten into Nephrurus, working with levis levis and wheeleri cinctus. Very different from the cresties, but super cool and fun to set up and work with.

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    Welcome back? Haha!

    I too own a Crestie, hoping that I will be able to get more in the coming weeks! It seems that you have a lot of experience with Chams and Insects, what sort did you keep?
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    chameleons, panthers, veiled, and usambara. inverts tarantulas and mantids mostly. I actually used to breed chameleons and work reptile shows but because a bit of a full time job instead of a hobby, lol. now im just a keeper with an ocasional breeding.
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