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    Lots of updates!
    Coming along nicely Luis

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    Luis, what happened to your climate graph?
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    Uroplatus phantasticus caresheet: http://www.freewebs.com/thegeckofactory/caresheet.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by miguel camacho! View Post
    Luis, what happened to your climate graph?
    Thanks for catching that. i switched hosts and I guess I forgot to add the link!

    Luis

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    We've added more content and RSS feeds to help folks keep track of what's being updated and added to the UIC.

    UIC - Site News


    Cheers!

    Luis

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    I finally found the time to start the Uroplatus sp. nov. aff. ebenaui article. I didn't include husbandry information yet, as the topic can be rather redundant. What is focused on, however, is how to distinguish the two apart.

    Check back for further updates, or subscribe to our RSS feed to receive instant updates!

    Cheers!

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    Loved the article!

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    New article on the Uroplatus Information Center!

    Hatching and Raising Uroplatus

    I hope everyone has a great Uroplatus filled holiday.

    Cheers!

    Luis

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    Alright I know I came in a little late on this conversation but as far as having a "studbook" is concerned having everyone that gets Uroplatus in the hobby and breeding them,etc would be hard to keep track of and die out quick as someone stated before. However, what if there was a group of breeders that started a group called something like "International Uroplatus Breeders Association/society" or something along those lines and only got animals from those within the group,etc. Of course it might only be worthwhile if the group was a good size with more then 5 or even more then 10 members in it. Of course you know eventually someone would want a animal from outside the group to keep bloodlines good and all and that would be kept track of in some way. A map or chart could be devised of who has what and were it came from. It's used often were professional studbooks are concerned to figure out were animals should go and who they breed with to keep the bloodlines going.

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    Hi Luis,

    I'm coming out of a... five year-long? hiatus from the forum, because my life looks to be heading back toward Malagasy gecko research.
    I like what you've done with this website so far. I suggest you add a 'Library' page, which gives a list of Uroplatus-related publications: their authors, dates, titles, and journals of publication (even short synopses?). This could have a 'request' link at the bottom, or for each publication, so that people can request publications from the site. If you want help making a list of publications, I think I have almost every publication that has ever mentioned Uroplatus geckos, including my personal notes on them, plus I have a work-in-progress spreadsheet listing the Uroplatus species cross-referenced by paper of mention.
    I'm super busy until late May, but I should be able to help after that point, if you'd like.

    Best,
    Mark
    Mark D. Scherz, MSc
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