Uroplatus Phantasticus and Henkeli

Styx

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I guess I forgot to post these two here. Whoops.

My male Henkeli:





My male Phantasticus:

 

Josh2

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WOW! Those are both STUNNING! How long have you had them??

Wish I Could DOUBLE LIKE these photos!
 

Styx

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Haha! Thanks. I have had the Henkeli since September last year and the Phantasticus since March this year. So far so good, but they are pretty delicate so I am paranoid about messing up with them. I wish they didn't stress as bad as they do, I'd love to get more photos of them, especially the Henkeli since he looks WAY different sometimes.
 

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I'll second that, these are stunning!! Such beautiful camouflage, they look just like bark/leaves! It looks like the Henkeli has a little beard-type fringyness going on. Very neat!
 

Styx

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Oh yeah, he has a little mossy beard thing going on. Several Uroplatus species do, and I REALLY like it.
 

jess

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wow, i had no idea gecko's cud look like this styx!!!!! very, very cool!!!!! love how camoflauged they are!!!!
 

Jetfire

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I'm digging the Henckel's alot.I'm hoping to get back into Uroplatys this summer, after I move to Arizona.I need to find out what the show schedule is out there.I'm hoping to get either a pair of fringed leaftails, or a pair of the lined leaftails that look like bamboo (their name escapes me at the moment, and I'm too lazy to be googling anything right now, honestly).
 

Styx

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Not sure what the "fringed" ones might be but I know the second one is U. Lineatus off the top of my head. I am liking my Henkeli a lot. My phant is awesome beyond reason. I hope to get some ladies for them, and a pair of high white U. Sikorae. Need to save my pennies for those.
 

Jetfire

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Fimbriatis (or fimbriatus, can never remember the spelling offhand) are what I've always heard referred to as the "fringed"leaftails. The high white sikorae are gorgeous, too.
 
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