G. splendens!

GeckoGuru

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Hi Everyone,
I got these just a couple days ago, and they are very neat! I can't wait to see if I can reproduce them in captivity. I have just the pair for now.

The male is pictured first, then the female.

Thanks for looking,
Jeff Schaecher
 

GeckoGuru

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This specific genus you don't see for sale in the states very often though. These were originally from T. Ernst in Germany, then brought to the states by Nathan Hall. These geckos are more traveled than I am!
 
G

Gecko

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They are very easy to breed just watch the temps. You have less error then with the mainland species.
 
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evilxyardxgnome

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Amazing! Simply amazing! Can you explain the tank conditions that you keep it at?
 

Neo.Reptiliac

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I've been wanting some of these myself. I've found a breeder but he isn't keeping very good contact with me so Im not sure if I should buy from him.
 
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