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    Aussie Reptile Keeper Freshman Yamori's Avatar
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    Strophurus Geckos are pretty cool though i would say they personalities are similar to a turtles lol.

    They just hang around on the glass or on the branches barely moving at all except to eat but they are beautiful, this is exactly how they behave in the wild too, just hanging around, moving very slowly and using their colors to blend in on mottled tree branches. I have 2 different forms. 1 male S.taenicauda (bar tailed form) and 1 female Strophurus ciliaris "Population 7" - rare form from western QLD.

    Thanks for sharing, great pics

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    Yeah, my taenicauda are like that, but my williamsi have a lot of personality, more than most other gecko species I keep. They're pretty curious and funny, lol. I would love to get barred tail taenicauda, and both subspecies of ciliaris!! Hopefully one day I will, lol.
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    I know it's an old thread... but I really like the taenicauda!

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    i Like the look of these geckos a lot. Are these geckos able to be handled or no?

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    Thanks guys! The williamsi are fine to handle, but the taenicauda seem a little more jumpy.
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    epik!
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    Thanks!
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