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Re: Rhacodactylus forum or ciliatus forum


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Posted by en on April 16, 2003 at 14:05:05:

In Reply to: Rhacodactylus forum or ciliatus forum posted by chadf on April 16, 2003 at 12:37:26:

yeah, the number of crested keepers here is overwhelming. I've never kept any cresteds, mostly because I wasn't that interested in them. And the influx of crested owners seems to be steadily increasing.

Leachianus are a pretty popular group here too. They were teh main reason I got into rhacs, and are still definitely my favorite. There's nothing that beats the feel of a full pound of giant gecko and extraneous skin of a Leachianus.

My other big interest is the gargoyles, they deviate from the "other" rhacs in just about every field. They're individual little toes, long tails, bumpy heads, and that attitude that they'll eat anything that could possibly fit in their mouths makes them something special.

Well, sorry to talk on and on, but your post made me reminesce about the fist times I saw and held a rhac. Thanks for the good memories. lol

Ian




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