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It may not be a dart frog......Lygodactylus williamsi
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but it is BLUE!

Lygodactylus williamsi

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The female is not as colorful as the male, she is more of an olive brownish color with some yellow and blue hints. Very cool little geckos, I'm really looking forward to working with these.
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#2
Very cool.
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#3
That is a cool looking gecko.
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#4
How big are those? Where are they from (in the wild)? Really cool looking...
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They are about 4 inches tip to tip.
AKA as the dwarf blue gecko, they are endemic to the Kimboza Forest Reserve in Tanzania.
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#6
will you be trying to breed them and offering them on your site as well? just curious. its gorgeous! kristy Big Grin
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#7
Thats an awesome looking Gecko
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#8
That is one beautiful gecko! I didn't know they came in blue!!! Fran
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