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    Haa, I figured she would still be working with...

    Haa, I figured she would still be working with some. Sucks that everyone got out. I wonder if it would be worth rebuilding a pipeline of imports to get a few established. I hope you are doing better...
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    Now I am understanding why Europe has more things...

    Now I am understanding why Europe has more things than the US. We get a good start and then the breeders fade out, while you guys overseas actually keep breeding.
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    I had some good success with this species, before...

    I had some good success with this species, before getting busy with work and eventually selling off the group. There should be some posts that go back to I believe 2006-2008 range, cant remember off...
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    Cat Gecko Locals

    Anyone working with locals anymore (like Silver Eyes)?
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    If phantasticus go down to early prices I would...

    If phantasticus go down to early prices I would definately start a colony again. If anyone gets on a large order please contact me.
  6. Congratulations! I am impressed with what...

    Congratulations! I am impressed with what everyone is doing with the Cyrtodactylus still. Hopefully the peguensis will become an established species in the hobby.
  7. You want 5000k to 6500k for green growth....

    You want 5000k to 6500k for green growth. 2500-3000k is more for flowering. Maybe a bulb for fishtank plant growth might fit that spectrum?
  8. LED was not available for a fair price when...

    LED was not available for a fair price when keeping my collection, but I would look into LED with proper spectrum for plants, they will will create heat at source only (the grid / heatsink) but not...
  9. Just keep a close eye under those conditions....

    Just keep a close eye under those conditions. Though they have been bred under those conditions, in my experience using natural vs. non-lit/fake plants in the same room at the same time had one...
  10. Use the heat mat/pad on side of tank or one side...

    Use the heat mat/pad on side of tank or one side bottom and keep low as not to overheat, your temps are warm enough. Lighting is good for live plants if kept naturally and for a normal cycle.
    I have...
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    Thanks for the information Michael. I found your...

    Thanks for the information Michael. I found your picture online and it was very similar to a type we had in our hands at the time that was being called C. intermedius by importers. Since this post in...
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    Along a Sulawesi linage with C. wallacei (two...

    Along a Sulawesi linage with C. wallacei (two forms) and C. jellesmae. Also from Sulawesi is C.fumosus. With only 4 species described from Sulawesi, it looks like we will be seeing many more new...
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    I think they get a high amount of mineral/calcium...

    I think they get a high amount of mineral/calcium in their natural habitat and why they need either supp's or comparable ground cover i.e. travertine/limestone sand or powder. Also humidity under...
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    That is my understanding, and if any left they...

    That is my understanding, and if any left they get sold at several $100's wholesale like the mosabe then the rest (after quotas filled)let go to the local field or black market if worth the...
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    It has been a while, I am shocked at no...

    It has been a while, I am shocked at no U.phantasticus! I figured the species would be extinct in the wild and still be on the books.
    I would love to see those U.fimbriatus living on walls when the...
  16. He looks the same color as yours at times. Your...

    He looks the same color as yours at times. Your right, this is the night time/active coloring, females can actually turn a true white. Here is an example of the darker daytime color......
  17. You have to see his demands by observation for...

    You have to see his demands by observation for the eating schedule, so use a cricket keeper with gut load (green cubes) so you never keep loose crickets in the cage for any length of time. Usually I...
  18. I have a trio myself for almost 5 years and they...

    I have a trio myself for almost 5 years and they are great! Keep a large bowl of water (large enough to soak in) and keep temperatures 70-78F Yours looks to be a male and they tend to be a little...
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    Cyrtodactylus consobrinus are much different than...

    Cyrtodactylus consobrinus are much different than a lot of the Cyrtodactylus we see commonly in captivity. First, they come from the lower forests typically (there are many locals) so require a...
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    That's awesome, I have tried that with no luck at...

    That's awesome, I have tried that with no luck at least with Cyrtodactylus. I once had a very large planted cage that I continued to breed Uroplatus spp. in. I had a layer of gravel/carbon under a...
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    Those are some cool cyrto's Pierre! I never...

    Those are some cool cyrto's Pierre! I never worked with those but had seen them at a Los Angeles dealer many years ago when I was more into the Uroplatus genus. Keep us up with your success and how...
  22. Don't get their cage too wet as this will cause...

    Don't get their cage too wet as this will cause other problems, but misting lightly over their face will get them to drink if concerned about hydration. Also use bottle or treated water, not strait...
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    Great job on the breeding! I really like the look...

    Great job on the breeding! I really like the look of the Cyrtodactylus west of Thailand.
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    That's what I was thinking as well. It's so hard...

    That's what I was thinking as well. It's so hard to relate this to another better studied group as there are no other forests as old and extensive in habitats. I hope "knotsnake" eventually gets...
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    Cyrtodactylus intermedius (Thailand)

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2740/4036945936_3fc7334ef4_o.jpg
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