Work in progress! We have pretty much all of the crested groups to list, along with 2 other pairs of chahous.Check back soon or check out our facebook page and look for out 2017 breeder album
Chewie not Crunchie! The Chahouas!
I got my first chahoua in the summer of 2011. It is all my friends faults, they peer pressured me into it. The seller had a great little gecko and an even greater price and I was lucky enough to only be about an hours drive. So a few hours later I welcomed home Torricelli my first PI chahoua.
The Amazing Dr. Torricelli!
T for short! It was amazing to watch this guy grow from a little grey thing with very slight hints of pink into a big pink and green gecko. I so had my heart set on a nice mossy green one with either pink or red highlights, Torricelli decided he wanted to be a bit more pink than mossy green as he is an over all pink, but ehh he is cute so I don't mind! Torricelli is a great gecko to handle, soft, moves slow, and well he makes derpy faces!
This beautiful lady I have been fortunate enough to buy off of a good friend of mine, oddly enough he is one of the chahoua enablers that talked me into buying Torricelli! Bellissimo, photograph on the right taken and permission given by Michael Pannone (Regal Reptiles) to use, I am delighted to bring her into my reptile family. I great match for Torricelli, she has the pretty greens and reds to match him. I call her my little Mood Ring gecko, depending on her mood you can see her collar or you can't!
The "Day" geckos
In 2009 upon attending the Tinley Park NARBC I found a new love, Phelsuma! I stared into a deli cup and this little green face peered up at me, I knew I had to have it. So in 2009 I became the proud owner of my first phelsuma ever, and fast became intrigued by their curious nature.
Long name, little gecko! Robertmertensi (Robert Merten's day gecko) are a small brightly colored species of phelsuma reaching about 4" in total length. A bit more shy than the giant species and a slightly more advanced species, they are beautiful display animals.
Pierre & Marie Curie
Please excuse the deli cup pic, these guys as I said are a bit more shy and I am constantly working on trying to get better pictures of them but they are fast little buggers! They don't sit still long enough!
Don't Be Blue!
Oh ok I suppose it's alright if you're a little blue! This is Mr. & Mrs. Smith a pair of Lygodactylus williamsi, or more commonly known as the electric blue day gecko. Such a COOL species, I am so glad I was able to get these guys. Although they are super dinky, they are brave, always out enjoying the warmth of their light, and rarely dash away and hide when I get in their tanks. Much more courageous than smaller phelsuma species.