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Some north American species

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Old 12th June 2007   #1 (permalink)
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some of my north American species

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Beautiful sals, as usual! Have you got any pics of your torosas?



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just for you Louise

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and one female still waiting for one of my lazy males to get his act together

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They're gorgeous! Has your female STILL not laid those eggs yet?



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she must be pig ugly or have halitosis and b.o ,the males don't seem interested.



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oh god rigsby!

she seems a nice enough gal to me?

maybe its the males with bo

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Nice looking Desmog, Ian ! Much prettier than mine. Any success breeding any of your Plethodontids or Ambystomatids?



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Ian, I've got the opposite problem! My males are gung-ho, and the female wants nothing to do with them.



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Mark...i can see eggs in the desmogs but none have laid yet ,Kaysie ,pitty you don't just live around the corner we could join forces..



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