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  1. Thread: Tokay locals

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    Afaik, in Thailand, you have the highes chance of...

    Afaik, in Thailand, you have the highes chance of finding very large specimens - in some locations at least.
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    Sometimes it works, but in 95% of cases, you will...

    Sometimes it works, but in 95% of cases, you will end up with a pair stressing, chasing around or even injuring/killing the surplus females.
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    They thrive well in a similar setup as tokays but...

    They thrive well in a similar setup as tokays but prefer a constantly higher humidity. Normally, they are quite secretive, but dominant captive bred males can be seen often sitting in prominent...
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    I had them as free roamers in my herp room for...

    I had them as free roamers in my herp room for several years. They were quite prolific in the first house. Males had territories, but still all met without major aggression at one place if something...
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    Definitely a roach nymph, but the pics are not...

    Definitely a roach nymph, but the pics are not good enough for species ID
  6. Thread: Tokay sight

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    Gecko vision is well understood today and...

    Gecko vision is well understood today and hundreds of papers are out there on this topic.
    Many interesting aspects have been identified and analyzed...

    - Geckos can see colours in very dark...
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    Metal halide for Phelsuma are standard in Europe....

    Metal halide for Phelsuma are standard in Europe. Phelsuma do very well under that light, especially if you chosse a full spectrum brand which includes UVB.
    Still. T5 are helpfull as accessory...
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    What you are planning is not even half the size...

    What you are planning is not even half the size an adult tokay should be housed in. So please plan bigger...
  9. Thread: Help sexing

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    Looks like 0,3 IŽd say. The first might still be...

    Looks like 0,3 IŽd say. The first might still be male, if it currently is very young.
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    13-18 months....looks femaleish anyhow

    13-18 months....looks femaleish anyhow
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    They feel safe and secure...than ist normal....

    They feel safe and secure...than ist normal. Albeit if you aske me, the enclosure is pretty small for a pair of tokays.
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    I can confirm: Definitely G. monarchus

    I can confirm: Definitely G. monarchus
  13. It has split toepads and thus can not be from the...

    It has split toepads and thus can not be from the genus Gekko.
    It is a Hemidactylus frenatus.
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    May be both. The tortoise needs a warmer and...

    May be both. The tortoise needs a warmer and bright place to bask a t and also cooler places to chill. Also temp variation with season is as important as proper hibernation.
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    Probably - or obviously- too warm (needs coll...

    Probably - or obviously- too warm (needs coll nights and cooller semi moist hides), too dry and too much food. Also most UVB sources still need a little bit of D supplementation in addition.

    Best...
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    IŽd rather say its Chamaedora elegans.

    IŽd rather say its Chamaedora elegans.
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    My oldest tokay was imported as a large adult in...

    My oldest tokay was imported as a large adult in 1995. That was 19 years ago and he was definitely older than 2 years then, probably significantly older. Since two years, he is no more capable of...
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    Many big snakes completely ignore lizards. The...

    Many big snakes completely ignore lizards. The San Diego Zoo kept (or still keeps?) green anacondas together with basilisks with no issues. However, with the GTP it is different. A german zoo tried...
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    It is a " ture" Phelsuma gtrandis male albeit a...

    It is a " ture" Phelsuma gtrandis male albeit a stressed looking one
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    That is a grandis

    That is a grandis
  21. Thread: Gecko ID?

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    Yes, that definitely is correct

    Yes, that definitely is correct
  22. It is a Hemidactylus turcicus by the way. Aka...

    It is a Hemidactylus turcicus by the way. Aka mediterranean house gecko
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    If it has claws at all five toes, it canŽt be a...

    If it has claws at all five toes, it canŽt be a Gekko.
    Also, I do breed G. smithii and did breed G. siamensis. Thus, I am 100% confident it is not one of these two.
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    ...yes, that was just for the camera ;)

    ...yes, that was just for the camera ;)
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    If you want, you can also see a pair of my...

    If you want, you can also see a pair of my petricolus around minute 6 in this video:
    Geckos bei Dr. Ingo Kober Video - blochdaplob - MyVideo
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