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Day Geckos

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Frank Bruse(Author), Michael Meyer(Author), Wolfgang Schmidt(Author)
175 pages, 282 colour & b/w photos
Publisher: Edition Chimaira
Day Geckos
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  • Day Geckos ISBN: 9783930612956 Hardback Jan 2005 Out of Print #205523
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Language: English

Day geckos rank among the most attractive and popular terrarium lizards. Most species are really stunning, and the majority of the specimens available today are captive-bred. Next to the well-known members of the genus Phelsuma, there are a number of other diurnal geckos that make for equally fascinating terrarium animals, thanks to their beauty and interesting behavior.

Day Geckos offers practical advice that is based on many years of experience; it features selected members of the genera Phelsuma, Lygodactylus, Naultinus, Gonatodes and Sphaerodactylus, illustrated with a wealth of exceptional full-color photos.

 

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Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Frank Bruse(Author), Michael Meyer(Author), Wolfgang Schmidt(Author)
175 pages, 282 colour & b/w photos
Publisher: Edition Chimaira
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