Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by indicus, Apr 28, 2005.
the regenerated tail i mean..sorry
Yeah Browns, their normally the same colour all over, however the re-gen tail; maybe due to being new growth is alot brighter.....This species as others of the Oedura family can vary alot in colour and pattern, pending their geographical origin
Gee that Coggeri looks a lot like my tryoni. Maybe it's just the photo but the colours are just right.
Their very similar arent they mate, amazing the colour varients within these species.....
heres some new zealand day gekos these guys are fairly slow moving and because theyve evolved different have live birth you can even get a rare bright yellow one
try again i killed the nz pic these were from madagaser ithink they did the bussiness while we looked on
My type of reptile, live bearing....just wake up to see babies running around the enclosure.....very nice geckos from what i've read and seen.....also rather large to, from what i've seen.....is there more than one subspecies of these? Also do you just find them living on your house and in the garden, like our Asian house species?......do they occur all over NZ?
no indicus hard to find sevral varties but you need to find forested areas that have never been cleared or burnt they dont survive fires usally find on tree tree scrub easiest way to find is look for white shed skin but are getting rarer all the time one sort is called a jewel geko but ive no pics might see if i can get truely amazing ive seen yellow one condro yellow they say if the maiors were going on a war path and saw a yellow one it was bad luck and would turn back but it could be just a story
dont have any geckoes,,but i found this ,some amazing animals here 8)
While you painted the picture???
Speaking of doing it in front of you.
no this picture was taken at the reptile house at auckland zoo new zealand its though glass with a flash
thats it womas weve started it now geks doing the buso excellent pic looks like hes having a good time
The photos of the babies i posted earlier are what came of that.
excellent great to see people breeding them not just keeping them as one ofs
Heteronotia binoei "Clone 11"
Clones of this girl should be available late '05 or early '06, clones produced by this female should be available early '07
wonderful pic really nice animal
Apparently there are going to be some some thick tailed geckos auctioned at Friday's VHS meeting!... along with a few other species.
(http://www.vhs.com.au for the details of the meeting.)
How's this little fella....one day old; cute little bugger...