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Old 19th November 2014   #16 (permalink)
David B. Harrington
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Default Re: I can add Hemidactylum scutatum to my list......

Greetings! I am conducting a comparative study of fully and semi-aquatic salamanders and am looking to broaden my study by adding some additional species. I am on the lookout for the following types of salamanders, wild caught or captive bred, and was hoping you might be able to help me out: Hemidactylum larvae, Gyrinophilus larvae, Typhlotriton and/or Typhlomolge. My name is David Harrington and I have almost 30 years experience caring for and studying amphibians. I am in a position to pay for any animals including the shipping costs to Oregon where I live. I have all the necessary tanks, pumps, filters, chillers and other equipment and supplies to keep all salamanders happy, healthy and secure. Please contact me at your earliest convenience if you or somebody you know can help me out You can contact me directly at: (503)238-2800 or e-mail me at: david7945harr@yahoo.com Thank!

Great Regards,
David Harrington, Herpetologist & Independent Researcher
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