I'll be sure to get some more pics once hes settled in, so far he hasn't been eating the greatest so I've been leaving him alone. I'm looking forward to seeing how he will change after each shed!Interesting fact-
Definately a Mainland form of Chahoua, but there is no white speckling on it's sides, which is not very common. Depending on what island it came from......it could be possible that he could not have this, but what does he look like when fired up? If you put it in the sun, then take a pic we will be able to see. i probably sound nit-picky here....but I really am curious from a scientific standpoint. It could be the result of just plain breeding in captivity that caused this also.
Besides that, I have to tell you that I have worked with alot of geckos and R. Chahoua is my absolute favorite! Congrats, and beautiful specimen (from the looks of things). Remember, that it will get better with each shed!
Also, a shout out to Northern Gecko- They are very great and nice people with amazing geckos! I am not surprised how nice this one is!