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- 01-Mar-11, 04:52 PM #46
Anybody breeding those leaftails?BOW DOWN TO THE MIGHT OF MY BIG TOE.
- 01-Mar-11, 04:53 PM #48
[QUOTE=Smithers;1896338]Hey Rocket, Do you keep these in groups I have heard they can be housed with multiple males no harm done?? Lil treasures these I think,..it's just Im cash strapped when breeders sell them damn it
I only house a pair together and have another juvenile kept individually that I'm waiting to see the sex of as it matures. They have a tonne of personality and unlike the general conception of Diplodactylus being terrestrial, these things run all over the walls of the cage. Then again, they are in plastic tubs and their claws must be able to get a good foothold on the walls. I'm unsure how they'd go in glass enclosures though so needless to say, I use lids! They have laid eggs but have stopped for the season and the eggs they did lay, were laid in dry soil and quickly deteriorated unfortunately.
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- 01-Mar-11, 05:00 PM #50Keeper and breeder of various geckos, small dragons, Broad-banded Sand Swimmers, RHD Womas, Jungles and Colubrids
- 01-Mar-11, 05:07 PM #51
[QUOTE=Rocket;1896341]Wish list : Ahh the wish list
- 01-Mar-11, 05:18 PM #52
Semi-arboreal?Keeper and breeder of various geckos, small dragons, Broad-banded Sand Swimmers, RHD Womas, Jungles and Colubrids
- 03-Mar-11, 11:37 AM #54
I don't know why I haven't seen too many Tiliqua multifasciata or Tiliqua occipitalis for sale.
My multifasciata is great, though he needs it around 34 in the hot end of his enclosure.
At least it warms my room up!<pop culture reference>
i have a juvy pair of galeatus i origanily got off levis04, that i am moving on to concentrate on levis and stels so if ya need new blood pm me,
Thanks for the offer Cabb11age but I'll be right, I don't need anymore D.galeatus.
Do you have any photos of your N.stellatus?
as a few of you would be aware of i just love the smaller "forgotten" species, i keep a few small skink species and plan to expand into some of the more forgotten gex and pygopods next season. N. stellatus is at the top of my want listR.I.P. Dimebag 1966-2004
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- 05-Mar-11, 04:56 PM #58
Some of my other favourites:
Keeper and breeder of various geckos, small dragons, Broad-banded Sand Swimmers, RHD Womas, Jungles and Colubrids
- 05-Mar-11, 06:12 PM #59
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- Caboolture QLD
Love that last one wat is it?My heart is ALL BLACK, Kia ora, Mean Maori Mean
Darwins:Sarge & Malachi, Jungles:Bagheera & Shere Khan, Thick Tails:Tui & Kai, Panda & Nala, Pink Tongues:Zeus & Hera, Bearded Dragon: Capri
- 05-Mar-11, 06:17 PM #60
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- Melbourne, VIC
They're pretty tiny!
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