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    Cool Welcome GU members to this new forum as of the 20 March 2013.....


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    Here's a new GU forum devoted to all Eublepharis with the sole exclusion of leopard geckos.
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    "exclusion"? is that what you meant? I'm confused now.
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    It's for Eublepharis other than the common Leopard Gecko (Eublepharis macularius)
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    ah, gotcha. as opposed to the new set of Leo-only subforums.
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    'Zactly
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    So hardwikii are fair game in this sub? I'm kinda confused since, aside from fuscus, all eublepharis are called leopard geckos, be it common, Indian, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marauderhex View Post
    So hardwikii are fair game in this sub? I'm kinda confused since, aside from fuscus, all eublepharis are called leopard geckos, be it common, Indian, etc.
    There are 5 species currently recognized in the genus Eublepharis.
    Eublepharis angramainyu
    Eublepharis fuscus
    Eublepharis hardwickii
    Eublepharis macularius
    Eublepharis turcmenicus


    Eublepharis macularius (and often it's subspecies) are generally considered the common "Leopard Gecko".
    They belong in the "Leopard Gecko" forums.

    The rest of the Eublepharis (angramainyu, fuscus, hardwickii, turcmenicus) belong in here.
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    Ok, cool. Now I'm straight on that one. I know of a few hardwickii keepers, but haven't heard of the others in captivity.

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    That is why common names are useless and we encourage people to utilize the proper latin names.
    Common names lead to common mistakes.
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    Maybe would be better to include locale wild type macularius in this one. What you guys think about it?

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