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Gonatodes vittatus

Posted by Phelsuma04 at 10/21/2008 5:23:51 PM



Oh wowzers!!!! I just received a male Gonatodes vittatus (you can see what this species looks like at this link http://www.jcmnaturalhistory.com/images%5CGEKKvittatis1.jpg) I have been trying to get a pair of these for a while and now I am halfway there. According to the person I purchased from there are very few in the United States! It is so small too! It is only about 2 inches long and won't get too much bigger (maybe another inch or so). I'm so excited! Cheers, -Adam-




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Pope of iHerp and Bread,
Posted At: 10/21/2008 5:31:46 PM  
WOW!


Rebecca ,
Posted At: 10/22/2008 1:52:07 AM  
craziness :) That is a very tiny, very pretty little lizard... what is it? Does it even have a common name, or is it so obscure that it only has a scientific name? Where is it from anyway?


Phelsuma04,
Posted At: 10/22/2008 9:34:40 AM  
Common names include "Striped Padless Gecko" "Streak Lizard/Gecko" They are native to Venezuela, Colombia and nearby islands such as Trinidad, Aruba, etc. Very attractive geckos in my opinion. Lots of fun too, active!

  
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