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Old 11th February 2015   #1
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Default WTB Typhlonectes natans

Looking to buy some captive bred Typhlonectes natans (AKA Rubber Worms/Eels, Caecilian/Sicilian/Black/Medusa Worms, Tiger Eels, Rio Cauca Caecilians, etc.). I'd like to get a breeding colony going to help bring these guys back into the hobby! If you don't have one for sale but know someone who does, please share! Thanks!



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Old 1st November 2017   #2
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I had the same vision. Are you still interested? I have over 100 now but hate to just give them to a pet store where they will escape and die.... I could set you up with a colony of them.



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Do you still have some? I've been looking as well and would love a small colony!



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He had said to me that he wanted to find good homes for some of these; and I was down to get some as well. But that was several weeks ago and I haven't heard back. Bummer too; I had a tank all ready to go and like you been looking for some of these for years. Hope he's OK.



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BUMP!!!!!
I am more than interested in acquiring enough Typhlonectes natans to begin a colony to start getting these back into the aquarium hobby.



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