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Posted by nbemmer on September 26, 2002 at 22:47:14:
In Reply to: Sarasinorum vs. chahoua posted by GeckosByBrad on September 24, 2002 at 23:29:01:
:Here is my opinion on the 2, (i keep both R. Sarasinorum and R. Chahoua by the way). I have heard the same with sarasinorum being more difficult to keep and breed from people as well, i haven't had the chance to try breeding as i have 2 females that have just recently reached maturity but will be looking for a male soon to give my luck with it. I think with more people breeding Chahoua and since prices have fallen with them the price of Sarasinorum has dropped as well. They are not nearly as common as ciliatus, auric, leachies, or chahoua but are as desireable due to lack of outrageous coloration and being able to be easily handled. They are definatly a very cool gecko to have and not somthing you would see everyday which drew me to them. Chahoua are very neat as well, they have nice colorations and are easily handled which make them more popular. If i had to choose between the 2 which to have i would say Sarasinorum just because they are less common than the rest and very enjoyable to work with.
: My name is Brad Teague. I have kept R. auriculatus and R. ciliatus with great luck. I sold my breeding groups almost 2 years ago. I now only have 1.1 ciliatus. I have been looking into R. sara. and R. chahoua over the past few years. I have noticed that R. sara. are becoming cheaper or almost the same price as R. chahoua. I wonder why this is? I have heard R. sara. being hard geckos to breed and hatch from some breeders out there. I wonder why this is still. Are there a few tricks to R. sara.? I am attracted to R. sara a lot. I like to breed unusual geckos and thats why these two species intrests me. I like all the colors that are sen in R. chahoua. What is your all opnion on this issue? Does anyone know a GOOD R. sara. breeder? Thank You