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    Despite not making any addition to help you solve...

    Despite not making any addition to help you solve the lump problem directly, I would like to point that this is not a leopard gecko, but a central american banded gecko (Coleonyx mitratus). I expect...
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    Aliza is right. It is from Hemidactylus genus....

    Aliza is right. It is from Hemidactylus genus. Hemidactylus mabouia there.
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    I agree with Elizabeth, its a house gecko, but I...

    I agree with Elizabeth, its a house gecko, but I think it is Hemidactylus mabouia.
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    Nice, thanks fo your answer. I perceive the same...

    Nice, thanks fo your answer. I perceive the same with these european breeders. Even I am not in EU, I often check european classifieds to see whats new and on, and I always see collections...
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    Congrats rhaco, nice animal. Let me ask you...

    Congrats rhaco, nice animal. Let me ask you something: do you keep all of them and track their sexes? I have read that E. hardwickii and E. fuscus are more tricky to get males from thant other...
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    Hemidactylus turcicus I think.

    Hemidactylus turcicus I think.
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    I think this is a normal behavior of this species...

    I think this is a normal behavior of this species and I would not think it is excess of humidity. I have noticed the increase of digging on the opposite, when the humidity is low, what makes sense if...
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    If it was bought, it is probably a Gekko badenii

    If it was bought, it is probably a Gekko badenii
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    I think it could be a Agama agama, not a gecko.

    I think it could be a Agama agama, not a gecko.
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    I think this is one of the most difficult...

    I think this is one of the most difficult questions that has been made LOL
    I have yet to experience keeping them, but in my opinion, I like the size of U. giganteus, the shape of U. phantasticus,...
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    It is definitely a gecko. Probably...

    It is definitely a gecko. Probably Cyrtopodion/Mediodactylus genus. Where is it from?
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    Regarding color it looks like C. turneri indeed,...

    Regarding color it looks like C. turneri indeed, but in my opinion, although never seen any of these personaly, darboiii's gecko has a more acute head and you can see a large nail in the hindfoot. I...
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    To me it seems to belongs to genus Tarentola...

    To me it seems to belongs to genus Tarentola...
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    I think it is a white spotted wall gecko...

    I think it is a white spotted wall gecko (Tarentola annularis)
  15. Well Cymmie, these are the only we can find here....

    Well Cymmie, these are the only we can find here. I probably keep my own for almost 20 years. I wish things were easier here ;) I still have to try other foods, maybe soy based, but I think the...
  16. Hello Sasquatch, I was also trying to find some...

    Hello Sasquatch,
    I was also trying to find some good dry food for my crickets. The best one I could find was dryfood for egg-laying chickens, by the Presence brand. I was initially reticent when...
  17. Just fantastic! ;)

    Just fantastic! ;)
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    Actually not a bandit gecko, but a banded gecko...

    Actually not a bandit gecko, but a banded gecko (Coleonyx mitratus). Will grow a few more centimeters and need a more humid environment than leopards does ;-)
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    Looks like H. mabouia to me.

    Looks like H. mabouia to me.
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    Indeed! Thanks for the article! I didnt...

    Indeed! Thanks for the article!



    I didnt mention the shipping costs too, which is also prohibitive expensive. Here In fact everything is expensive. To get an idea of how much reptiles costs...
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    Unfortunately not Elizabeth. As reptiles are not...

    Unfortunately not Elizabeth. As reptiles are not allowed here as I typed before,not many crickets sellers around. The result of this is that they get a bit expensive, like 13 dolars/hundred, so I...
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    Another update: After a full month using the new...

    Another update: After a full month using the new food, it seems safe for use, but I noticed the growth was really smaller than the control. I have heard that crickets from the genus Gryllus would...
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    Just a update: since I starting feed the crickets...

    Just a update: since I starting feed the crickets with the new poultry food, almost 2 weeks ago, I can not perceive any harm at all, so it seems to be safe for use. One negative point that I think it...
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    Yeah. I will make a test. Lets see how it goes......

    Yeah. I will make a test. Lets see how it goes...
    Thanks for the hint ;)
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    07:28 now Good morning for you too =)

    07:28 now
    Good morning for you too =)
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