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Discussion in 'Field Trips (Natural Habitats)' started by josh_r, Feb 24, 2008.
Your "leopard gecko" is actually a western banded gecko
Thanks Alice! It was a beautiful lizard. I also saw one of those thorny devil(?) lizards gorging itself on ants. Maybe I'll get lucky and see a gila monster next time! That would be the neatest potential vertebrate sighting of the trip.
I saw a coati last time. AZ is awesome!
the thorny devil is actually a phrynosoma. horned lizard!
I have one from Sierra vista that I am looking at as I type..... Will get pics when the wife gets home......
I have this same spider.Slightly larger,and I mean SLIGHTLY......Found on a garage wall of all places.....It just molted and is gorgous to say the least....
Wow what a beauty!Great find!
we don't have leopard geckos in united states. it was probably a banded gecko that you saw. Im more then 90% sure it was a banded gecko if you said it was a leopard gecko.
like i said before, the pic is not a leopard gecko its a banded gecko. Leopard geckos are bigger and fatter. when banded geckos are longer and skinny.
lol, this was already established a long time ago. read a few posts above yours.
Hate to revive, but this thread is pretty cool. Do any of you who posted here still collect and/or have any? They look gorgeous and very interesting.
Unfortunately I don't keep them or any inverts anymore. The few people who do have paloma I highly doubt will give them up. They are just too cool and too desired.
A shame. Eventually they could be available I hope.
They are available,in the desert,lol.You are not going to see cbb specimens anytime soon.
Oh. Oh well. Maybe in a few years!
I distributed a bunch of cb years ago. I wonder what happened to them all.