My Eublepharis hardwickii (pictures and care link)

rhaco

Member
Sorry, last years Hardwickii youngster slept for nearly two months so I had to skip a few updates.
Now he is finally done hibernating and freshly shed.

February 2023 Update

HW-011 at the age of 8 months:
HW-011 8 months (1).jpeg
 

Elizabeth Freer

Active member
Many thanks, JK, for continuing to share your Eublepharis hardwickii with Geckos Unlimited!!!

Your E. hardwickii seem to be in fantastic health!
 

rhaco

Member
Sorry, I missed a few updates on here.

Main reason is the new forum design. It does not let me upload photos in a sufficient resolution.
Elizabeth asked me to keep posting the photos here. But I am not sure it makes too much sense because they look very pixelated.


March 2023 Update

HW-011 at the age of 9 months:
HW-011 9 months.jpeg

April 2023 Update

HW-011 at the age of 10 months:
HW-011 10 months.jpeg

May 2023 Update

HW-011 at the age of 11 months:
HW-011 11 months.jpeg

June 2023 Update

HW-011 at the age of 12 months:
HW-011 12 months.jpeg

July 2023 Update

HW-011 at the age of 13 months:
HW-011 13 months.jpeg
 

rhaco

Member
This year's Eublepharis hardwickii babies:

HW-012, hatched on June 18th:
HW-012 hatch.jpeg

HW-012 one week old:
HW-012 1wk.jpeg

July 2023 Update
HW-012 at the age of 1month
HW-012 1 month.jpeg



HW-013, hatched on June 20th:
HW-013 hatch.jpeg

HW-013 one week old:
HW-013 1wk.jpeg

July 2023 Update
HW-013 at the age of 1 month
HW-013 1 month.jpeg
 

Elizabeth Freer

Active member
"Main reason is the new forum design. It does not let me upload photos in a sufficient resolution.
Elizabeth asked me to keep posting the photos here. But I am not sure it makes too much sense because they look very pixelated."

Hi JK ~
Your photos still look AWESOME (at least on my end)!
Maybe these tips will make those images more satisfactory to you.
** Click 'edit' below.
** Then click a corner of your image.
** Black square boxes then appear on each corner of that picture.
** Place your mouse/finger on a black box.
** Drag corners inwards (together) to shrink your image to a size you like.
** Then click 'save'.
Do your smaller images look less pixelated?
When we are finished, I can delete this message from your thread. :)

PS:
Do you know how to update your signature link on GU's updated forum? Your Herpetoculture Magazine article link does NOT appear to work properly. IF you don't know how or can't find your signature link, I'll try to get some help.
 

rhaco

Member
September 2023 Update

HW-012
at the age of 3 months:
HW-012 3 months.jpeg

HW-013 (he moved out, so these are my last photos of him)
HW-013 3 months.jpeg

HW-013 portrait.jpeg


HW-011 has also moved out. This is an old portrait of him when he was about a year old that I never posted here (I think).
HW-011 1year.jpeg
 

Elizabeth Freer

Active member
Many thanks for sharing!

Not only are you an accomplished Eublepharis hardwickii breeder, Johannes, you're an accomplished photographer too!
 
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