The word Chipkali is Hindi in origin and refers to a forest lizard or gecko. I am a small scale breeder committed to breeding high quality geckos of the Rhacodactylus genus, specifically R. auriculatus, the gargoyle gecko, and R. ciliatus, the crested gecko. My first four geckos were rescues; having been abandoned in a dormitory and brought to the biology department of the university at which I was a student. I was immediately smitten. From that point, geckos have been a major part of my life. I have chosen to conduct breeding projects that utilize only healthy animals and produce quality reptiles. Once only a hobby, breeding geckos has grown into a side business. I strive to maintain high standards in my business practices by providing excellent customer service. These geckos have certainly added spice to my life and I hope they will do the same for you. So….I'd like to ask, "What's in your spice "Rhac"?”
**This is a new site! It is still under construction. Please pardon our "dust". You can also follow us on Facebook. October 29, 2010 Look for me and my geckos at the North American Reptile Breeders Conference (NARBC) in Houston, Texas, this weekend, October 29-31, 2001, in the Reliant Park Convention center. I'll be sharing a table with Berry Patch Geckos. We will have both gargoyles and crested geckos for sale along with live terrariums.