Nice surprise this morning

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  1. geckodan

    geckodan Very Well-Known Member

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    WombleHerp Very Well-Known Member

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    oooh how cool! thats amazing :D congrats!
    what are they like to keep?


    Nat ;)
     
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    Oh how beautiful! Well done Danny!
     
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    congrats dan, this your first sucessful breeding? P. lepidopodus isnt it?
     
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    awsome work dan,beautiful,common scaly foot yes????
    its good to see them being bred
     
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    Wow great work Danny.
     
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    geckodan Very Well-Known Member

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    No, third. And yes, lepidopodus
     
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    how did they fit?????? :O congratulations!
     
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    Well if you need new homes for them i'm sure i could manage room for them ;)
     
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    omg awsome, lucky you
     
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    Not bad Danny, the commons are impressive beasts. Here are some photos of my Pygopus from earlier this season.


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    I'll be holding onto whatever I've hatched.


    -H
     
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    salebrosus Very Well-Known Member

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    I wouldn't let them go either.
     
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    Big Congratulations Danny!

    What is your method for breeding? Keep them together year long or introduce when you think they're ready? Have you had much success with Delma species??
     
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    AWW AWSOME...i love legless lizards...congratz!!! what a great day it must be!

    LUke
     
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    Congratulations geckodan and Neph!
     
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    Hey congrats, great to see you got them breeding! they look fantastic! :D
     
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    Amazing creatures, I am very jealous. Congratulations.
     
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    Top stuff Danny and Neph, def. one of the more interesting herps around for sure.....
     
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    1 of mine is going to a mate. The other is available when it hatches - EOI considered
     
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    I seems like they are legless geckoes in every way except breeding - then you treat them like pythons.
     
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