While I Was Away...

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Here are some pics taken while I was away. I hope yuoi all enjoy them. These will be for the most part grouped by species, but I am sure some random species pics will pop up too. Like I said, I hope you all enjoy them!

More to come.

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I will work on digging up some more in a bit... Thanks for looking!

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is that a T. pyg bottom center of post 2??
 

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is that a T. pyg bottom center of post 2??

I have argued the same for years now... The original owner says not so... LOL!

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lots of awesome pictures in this thread!
 

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lots of awesome pictures in this thread!

Thanks! I am glad you enjoyed them! I like taking pics, but would LOVE a Macro Lens, lol!

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