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    Default Can someone ID this gecko???


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    Can anyone identify this gecko? He's a full grown male approximately 4 inches long. At first i thought it was a marbled but I'm not so sure now because of the tail. Thanks.

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    How about: wildherps.com - Soft Spiny-tailed Gecko (Strophurus spinigerus)

    Look right?

    EDIT: Though it says there are other related species, so maybe it's one of those.

    ~Maggot

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    he looks exaactly like the eastern spiny tail gecko thanks!

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    Very cool gecko. I assume you're in Oz and found him?

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    actually I work at an exotic pet store and someone brought one in to surrender! haha I wish I was in Oz

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    No way! I didn't know there were any available outside of Australia. I would so love to have that thing. You taking it home?

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    Maybe! I'll let you know. If possible I might try to find a female

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    It's Strophurus williamsi
    Pachydactylus and Malagasy geckos
    www.geckofanatics.com

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