Anyone have suggestions for smaller reptiles/amphibians I could research to get as a pet? I’m going to a reptile expo this summer but my space is limited so I need to adopt something small. I was thinking a crested gecko, green anole, or red eyed tree frog. Suggestions, anyone?
Wellington green gecko (Naultinus elegans punctatus). The Latin name means elegant and spotted. It is endemic to the southern half of the Northern Island of New Zealand. It is nocturnal and feeds on moths.
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Staying in Asia for many years has given me the opportunity to get close to wildlife on many occasions. This female Smith’s green-eyed gecko chose to live on one of the chalets next to my home, taking advantage of the insects attracted by the lights at night.
Here are my reptile multimedia pieces that I started doing a couple of years ago… crested gecko, green tree python, leopard gecko, ball python, sulcata tortoise (commission), and panther chameleon. These all look much better in person and can be seen at my booth at whatever reptile show I happen to be doing locally. They are also for sale except the sulcata.
I will eventually branch out into doing other animals, but I just looove reptile art.
The crestie was my first, the panther cham my latest … you can see the improvement in the technique.