Pet Leopard Geckos Morphs, Video

This photo is a of a beautiful example of an APTOR Leopard Gecko.
It is courtesy of AM Geckos, and can be seen on their Best of 2006 page. 
Leopard Geckos are one of the most popular reptiles being kept in the US, and in Europe. They have been captive bred long enough, to produce many different Morphs. The video below shows many of them.

Crested Gecko, Rhacodactylus ciliatus Video, Photos

Photo of Red Phantom Pinstripe Owned By
Anthony Caponetto Reptiles
Thanks Anthony


Crested Gecko, Rhacodactylus ciliatus
The Crested Gecko, Rhacodactylus ciliatus, has projections above the eyes, but has no eyelids. They keep their eyes free of dust and foreign particles by using their tongues to clean them. They are very good climbers, and come in a variety of colors in nature, with more being created through selective captive breeding. The crested gecko is native to New Caledonia. Some captive specimens have been known to life over 15 years. Though they are becoming scarce in the wild, there is a very large captive breeding population.



Crested Gecko Morphs
Click on Name of Morph to See Full Size Image, and Information on Who Produced Them 

Bearded Dragon, Pogona vitticeps, Video, Photo

Photo: Trisha M Shears
Bearded Dragon, Pogona vitticeps
Bearded Dragons, Pogona vitticeps, can grow to over 20 inches in length and weigh over a pound. They are omnivorous, making for a more interesting feeding time for people who own them as pets. They can live close to 10 years.
This photo is an example of food for Bearded Dragons. Included are collard greens, grated zucchini, and strawberries.
The photo is from Georgia Bearded Dragons
Thanks Wendy
Another example of a plate of food for Bearded Dragons. On this plate is collard greens, grated yellow squash, grated zucchinni, and grated baby carrots.
The photo is from Georgia Bearded Dragons
Thanks Wendy