As soon as the shipping window opens up in Wisconsin again- probably still a good month or so away- I have a number of geckos going out and a number coming in.
Animals I'm looking forward to receiving include:
1.) 2 more female subadult Nephrurus milli which will eventually be added to my breeding group. This will give me 1.3 milli. I hope to add another nice male at some point down the line so that I can produce unrelated offspring. I should produce my first N. milli offspring in 2009.
2.) I will also be adding a subadult pair of Nephrurus wheeleri, which is a new species for my collection. I hope to produce my first wheeleri in 2010.
Geckos which should produce for me in 2009 include: Rhacodactylus ciliatus, Eurydactylodes agricolae, Nephrurus milli, Eublepharis macularis, and Geckonia (Tarentola) chazalia. Fingers are crossed for a successful season as a couple of these would be "firsts" for me.
I will be vending at the W.I.R.E. show on May 2. I should still have a few "high end" sexed crested geckos available from my 2007 holdbacks, as well as some younger 2008 juvies. Some may be sexable by that time.