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I.a. inexpectatus for trade

This is a discussion on I.a. inexpectatus for trade within the FS: USA forums, part of the For Sale, Give-Away or Trade category; I have a few extra I.a inexpectatus CB sub-adults that I'm looking to trade for other I.alpestris, excluding I.a.apuanus! Also ...

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I have a few extra I.a inexpectatus CB sub-adults that I'm looking to trade for other I.alpestris, excluding I.a.apuanus! Also looking for T.karelinii juvs!!



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Thanks, to all the people that respond to this post, they well be culled in the morning!!!!



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Thanks, to all the people that respond to this post, they well be culled in the morning!!!!
The newts? Or the people/ Dude....... !



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Lol he's surely kidding. Sorry Ed, no room for any more projects at the moment! You should post pics maybe it will entice the crowd.



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