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    Re: Rhac goodness

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    I am well ahead of you plus I kept cresties for many years so I will pass on that, the next lizard will likely be a Anolis smallwoodi if my friend's pair breeds that's his male



    Wow, that is crazy looking, like right out of another world. Those colors, though !!! And those stripes on the legs. Very cool !
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    Hey! Just wondering if you have a favourite between Chahoua s and gargoyle geckos Iíve been considering each one and canít choose! Iím aware of the cost difference and the tank size difference I just mainly care about temperaments, thank youu


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    Great pics! I feel you on the leachies not holding still. My guy is almost 300grams and still doesn't hold still. Also, the fear-pooping is a big minus for taking pics lol. When I first got him, I'd only handle him in the glassed-in shower so that he couldn't easily escape.
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    Re: Rhac goodness

    Quote Originally Posted by Dorsa View Post
    Hey! Just wondering if you have a favourite between Chahoua s and gargoyle geckos Iíve been considering each one and canít choose! Iím aware of the cost difference and the tank size difference I just mainly care about temperaments, thank youu


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    The size difference is minimal and both can be house in a 18x18x24, care is the same, same optimal temperatures same food etc.

    Now temperament wise the chahoua is very sweet and consistent, the garg is too however when he has enough he has enough and has no problem showing you (I got bit once or twice).

    I really can't have a favorite their individual quirks are what makes me love them.
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    Re: Rhac goodness

    Quote Originally Posted by Deborah View Post
    The size difference is minimal and both can be house in a 18x18x24, care is the same, same optimal temperatures same food etc.

    Now temperament wise the chahoua is very sweet and consistent, the garg is too however when he has enough he has enough and has no problem showing you (I got bit once or twice).

    I really can't have a favorite their individual quirks are what makes me love them.
    Thanks! Haha such a hard decision


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