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    Hi! You can start seeing pores at about 2 months...

    Hi!
    You can start seeing pores at about 2 months of age.
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    Hi! I would just cool them down for a couple of...

    Hi!
    I would just cool them down for a couple of months. Female would most likely lay her eggs first thing next spring. I cool them down to about 12 to 19 C.
    When day temperatures rise to 17 C and...
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    Strophurus rankini

    Some Strophurus rankini babies from this season.

    http://i199.photobucket.com/albums/aa165/mmatphotos/Strophurus%20rankini/rankini201319_zpsae8743c3.jpg
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    Welcome to Geckos Unlimited!

    Welcome to Geckos Unlimited!
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    Welcome to Geckos Unlimited!

    Welcome to Geckos Unlimited!
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    Welcome to Geckos Unlimited!

    Welcome to Geckos Unlimited!
  7. Thread: G. araneus

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    Thanks Rachel. I guess a lot of keepers/breeders...

    Thanks Rachel.
    I guess a lot of keepers/breeders in the US are only interested in leopard or crested geckos.
    All Goniurosaurus are great to work with, but are still very much underrated.
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    Very nice!

    Very nice!
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    No problem. I'm always happy to help, when I'm...

    No problem. I'm always happy to help, when I'm not too busy.

    I checked a few of my females.
    My largest female (almost 2,5 years old) is huge and exactly 12,0 g.
    A young adult female (almost 1,5...
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    I've bred both of these species (+ about 5 or 6...

    I've bred both of these species (+ about 5 or 6 other roach species) in the past.
    I would say exactly what Ethan said. They are both very easy to keep and breed, so having both can only be an...
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    Hi Justin! I'll try to reply to your pm later...

    Hi Justin!
    I'll try to reply to your pm later tonight.

    Rugosus grow rather fast as only six months old animals can be half the adult size already. They can easily reach their adult size within...
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    And surprise, surprise....just found the first...

    And surprise, surprise....just found the first clutch of the season.
    Laid by my oldest female (CB 2005). The same one laying the eggs on the photo above.
    This post was like a prophecy. :) And it's...
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    just some "boring" old wyberba

    I just took the photos of my 2012 Saltuarius wyberba offspring and
    I realized I haven't posted any wyberba photos for a long time.

    Female: CB 07/12...
  14. Thread: G. araneus

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    No problem. We can talk about it later in the...

    No problem. We can talk about it later in the year, for September or December.
    Thanks.
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    Like others I keep them together in pairs and...

    Like others I keep them together in pairs and trios all year. Japanese species will normally lay between May and October.
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    None of these two are males. Single females will...

    None of these two are males. Single females will lay infertile eggs.
    Unfertilized hard shelled eggs can last months without going bad.
    A fertile egg will turn pinkish (blood vessels) in a couple of...
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    Yes, indeed. Incubation lasts 5 to 6 months, even...

    Yes, indeed. Incubation lasts 5 to 6 months, even up to 6.5 months at about 19 - 26 C.
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    Thanks.

    Thanks.
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    These are from the Yuri Kaverkin's line. I think...

    These are from the Yuri Kaverkin's line. I think they were originally from Tokashiki-jima. They were always lighter than my other orientalis.
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    Thanks. I can't wait as well.

    Thanks. I can't wait as well.
  21. Thread: G. huuliensis

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    Thanks!

    Thanks!
  22. Thread: G. araneus

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    G. araneus

    This is my bigger G. araneus pair CB 2011, that I've just put together for their first breeding season.
    Female is really huge (26g), almost as big as huuliensis females.

    Female:...
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    G. orientalis high pink group

    Here's my new 1.2 G. orientalis high pink group (CB 2011) that I've just put together for their first breeding season this year.
    These are much lighter and more pinkish in color (with less black...
  24. Thread: G. huuliensis

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    G. huuliensis

    Here are some of my F1 Goniurosaurus huuliensis CB 2011, that I've just put together for their first breeding season this year.

    Really amazing animals. The largest species of the genus. Bigger...
  25. FS CB geckos (delivery to US and UK possible)

    The following CB geckos are available for the
    Hamm show on March 9:

    Shipping to the US and delivery to the UK can be arranged.
    Send a private message for prices and any further information.
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