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Old 19th January 2005   #1
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Well here are some photos of the animals I received today. I'm sorry about the lousy quality of the photos.

Very beautiful species:
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And they sure like burrowing into the substrate ;)

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Old 19th January 2005   #2
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Nice frogs mark how many have you got and could you post pictures of the setup.
Thanks Tony.



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Old 19th January 2005   #3
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I've got 4. I'll post some setup pics in a few days.



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Old 25th January 2005   #4
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Here are some more photos. These are of better quality. I forgot to take pics of their setup, but it is very basic. There's about 8cm of sand on the bottom, some coark to hide under, some plants and a water dish.

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A very green specimen:
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Old 25th January 2005   #5
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Some more photos:

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On this photo you can clearly see it's spines.
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Old 25th January 2005   #6
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Thanks for the pictures nice setup.
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