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Old 5th November 2007   #1
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Default Plethodon cinereus

I'm looking to attain a couple more adult individuals of this species so I can improve my chances of getting some offspring.
Seeing how there aren't many CB specimens out there, I have no preference whether it is CB or wildcaught.
Please send me a PM if you can help me out.

Thanks,
Andrew



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Old 10th November 2007   #2
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Still looking. Send me a PM, IM or Email me at avpmantis@hotmail.com



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