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Beloved Gecko: Spider

This is our second installment of our Beloved Gecko series and features a photo and video essay about HJ Rudy’s famous leopard gecko, Spider:

My leopard gecko that I love is a genetic DWARF. I hatched her in 2008. She is the longest living dwarf I have been able to find. Other genetic dwarfs I found only lived a short time. The longest-lived found so far was only two to three years. Most were much less. Like weeks.

My ” Spider ” has been fun, and very popular. Popular right from hatching. There were many offers to purchase her at first sight. Although she is driving a much smaller Gecko Machine, she is active, and holds her own at catching prey, although I hand feed her roaches.

Spider as a Hatchling
Spider as a Hatchling

 

Spider starts to grow up
Spider starts to grow up

 

Lovely Spider as a juvenile
Lovely Spider as a juvenile

 

Spider "necking"
Spider “necking”

 

Spider Typing
Spider with a full belly working on this article

 

Spider Napping
Spider Napping

 

Hairy Spider and a Spider: That's my Spider on the right!
Hairy Spider and a Spider: That’s my Spider on the right!

 

SPIDER'S BODY GUARD , PROTECTOR OF THE GECKO KINGDOM. THIS IS " PUCK "
SPIDER’S BODY GUARD , PROTECTOR OF THE GECKO KINGDOM. THIS IS ” PUCK “

 

The " SPIDER "........another year older and deeper in debt............ in her mortgaged 20 long
The ” SPIDER “……..another year older and deeper in debt………… in her mortgaged 20 long

Here’s some Spider magic:

THATS ALL FOLKS >>>>>>>>>Ha-ha-ha-ha!

What do you think?

Written by HJ Rudy

H.J.Rudy, retired computer programmer and real estate broker has been involved
with animals for the last 15 years. Prior to being a gecko hobbyist breeder for the last six years, he was owner of pet businesses: Schnauzer Lovers, and the Tropical Fish Center.
Other past-time hobbies include carving and setting crystal in wood,
along with abstract paintings on canvas.

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  1. Thank you for sharing the story of your well loved, beautiful Spider! Truly a charming friend.

    Sincerely,
    Melissa Nagel

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