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Re: Need an ID on Micro Gecko... PICS


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Posted by Jan Grathwohl on January 08, 2003 at 08:12:11:

In Reply to: Re: Need an ID on Micro Gecko... PICS posted by nephrurus on January 06, 2003 at 15:50:53:

These are what we in most of Europe call Stenodactylus cf. sthenodactylus (meaning probably S. sthenodactylus)... remember that this species has a wide geographic range and a great deal of variation within this range.

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Jan Grathwohl

::We have some "Egyptian" Micro Geckos, I have one set up in a 5.5 gallon, almost full size female. Dry bed-a-beast, temps about 90 day, 75 night. Low humidity. I am trying to find out exactly what ssp I have for piece of mine. I think it is a Stenodactylus sp but not certain. She has an upturned nose and looks nothing like a S. stenodactylus or S. petrii. Any help would be great or other info.

::Jeff

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:Stenodactylus of some sort, i've seen them before but cant remember the species
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