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110% sure, C. palearis, occular ring alone gives it away np


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Posted by Tenor Goddess on April 30, 2003 at 22:26:39:

In Reply to: 110% sure, C. palearis, occular ring alone gives it away np posted by 59herps on April 30, 2003 at 21:16:12:

I saw below someone posted pics that looked exactly like my Jimmie only they were female.
Any advice on the best place to look for info on these guys? I've had him for almost a year now and have taken great care of him (he's lived with the same diet, same UV lighting and just a slightly higher basking area than my GGIs). ;)

Many thanks!

Amanda

::Ok, I spoke with Manny on his gorgeous spiny tails he has.
::He said they are C. similis. I was told my wee one is of this species by a friend who also has one that is female.
::I must say I'm confused. I just want to know (yet again) what species this is. Manny says he looks like a club-tailed spiny.

::Anyone confirm?

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