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    I've got a pair of baby San Diego bandeds (likely...

    I've got a pair of baby San Diego bandeds (likely intergrades with desert bandeds) from last year still available. PM me if you are interested.
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  2. Thread: Mitratus help

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    Congrats on your gecko. I used to breed C....

    Congrats on your gecko. I used to breed C. American banded geckos. It sounds like it is a young one? C. mitratus come from more humid environments than the N. American banded geckos. If it is...
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    Yeah, herping in DFW can be pretty limited I...

    Yeah, herping in DFW can be pretty limited I would imagine. Probably some good areas to flip out westward more. Kinda stuck because you're a ways away from W. Texas herping. Go east and find some...
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    Chris! How've you been? Yeah, me, too on the...

    Chris! How've you been?

    Yeah, me, too on the bogerti. I've seen one in Granite Gap many years ago but that was it. Herpin' has been good. Spent some time in Mexico this year for the first...
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    some baby Coleonyx from this year.

    Some baby banded geckos from this year. It was a good year from the San Diego banded geckos. Here are a couple of their babies:

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    Here's one of two Utah banded gecko hatchlings....
  6. Thread: questions

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    I do breed them. I see most people sell them for...

    I do breed them. I see most people sell them for $20 to $35 each. There are a few Coleonyx breeders on this forum. You see a lot of Central American banded geckos (C. mitratus) available. As far as...
  7. Thread: questions

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    Black Banded Geckos (C. fasciatus) are only found...

    Black Banded Geckos (C. fasciatus) are only found in Mexico and very difficult to get a hold of legally. I am not aware of any in the United States but I am not well-connected.

    You can keep the...
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    acpart produces babies every year and I have some...

    acpart produces babies every year and I have some eggs in the incubator from this group as well. If you are interested you can send me a PM.
  9. I would put him in a deli-cup with some damp...

    I would put him in a deli-cup with some damp paper towel as a substrate. Leaving him in the tank could be problematic if various things in his tank start sliding around while the truck is moving.
  10. Thread: C. brevis

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    Congrats on the hatching. Yeah, baby brevis are...

    Congrats on the hatching. Yeah, baby brevis are tiny. They will eat pinhead crickets.
  11. Thread: A male brevis

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    A male brevis

    A little male brevis from the collection. Pesky things don't sit still very well. This is the best shot I got.

    http://i62.photobucket.com/albums/h101/cnmo3/captive%20photos/c.jpg
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    Coleonxy variegatus is the species - the Western...

    Coleonxy variegatus is the species - the Western Banded Gecko. There are several subspecies in the species:

    Coleonyx v. abbotti - San Diego Banded Gecko
    Coleonyx v. bogerti - Tucson Banded Gecko...
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    Thank you. The first female is my favorite, too!

    Thank you. The first female is my favorite, too!
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    Tucson bandeds pics

    Was taking ID pics of my C. v. bogerti and thought I'd share them.

    Male:
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  15. Thread: C. brevis

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    Hey Chris Newsom. Where are you nowadays? Let...

    Hey Chris Newsom. Where are you nowadays? Let me know if you produce some baby brevis from your old stompin' grounds. I definitely want to add some to the collection :)

    Paul Huang
  16. Thread: C. brevis

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    Nice. Congrats. Post pics when you get them.

    Nice. Congrats. Post pics when you get them.
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    I don't handle my geckos except on occasion when...

    I don't handle my geckos except on occasion when I need to move them. I am sure they can tolerate amounts of handling and I bet that varies between individuals. I would simply look for signs of...
  18. Thread: C. brevis

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    I kept them at my herp room temp (between 75 -...

    I kept them at my herp room temp (between 75 - 85F) with a dip in temps at night usually to low 70s. I didn't use humid hides but large "sheets" of bark and flat rocks for them to hide under.
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    Congrats on the baby gecko making! You should be...

    Congrats on the baby gecko making! You should be able to see the eggs in the abdomen if you put her in a clear deli cup and look from below. That's when you know it's getting closer.

    I don't...
  20. Thread: C. brevis

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    I used to keep and breed Texas banded geckos. ...

    I used to keep and breed Texas banded geckos. They are really cool little geckos. They are quite a bit smaller than C. variegatus and to me are a bit more fragile. But they do well and produce...
  21. Thread: Hello.

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    Thanks for the welcome Elizabeth. I dig all...

    Thanks for the welcome Elizabeth. I dig all geckos, especially Eublepharids and Phelsuma. Really fun to be working with them. I checked the incubation box after work earlier today and my second...
  22. Thread: Hello.

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    Thanks Aliza. I know of a population that tends...

    Thanks Aliza. I know of a population that tends to be a light/pale version of the C.v.variegatus. Most in the area that I have seen are more faded out but some are spectacularly white in color. ...
  23. Thread: Hello.

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    Thanks. I will mostly be looking for locality...

    Thanks. I will mostly be looking for locality animals for the U.S. Coleonyx whether they are WC or CB doesn't matter. I am a big fan of localities. Are yours locality? If so, I would definitely...
  24. Thread: Hello.

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    Hello.

    Hey everyone,

    When I moved to the southwestern United States, I got back into Eublepharids (I used to keep/breed leopard gex when I was a kid). For a few years, I kept various Coleonyx from...
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