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Thread: should PANGEA sell Leachianus ?

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    Default should PANGEA sell Leachianus ?

    if yes. what species and would u buy them here?

    if no. why ?



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    yes, if you specificly KNOW the local, no mutts, or "maybe its such and such" it would be interesting to see a few different locals, besides island e, maybe bayonese [sp?]? ive always thought they were really beautiful, and either nu ami or nu ana would be really nice at affordable prices [hint hint]

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    I don't know why not :?
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    I would like to see some dark morphs here as I hope to buy a pair or 2 next season. I already have Nuu Ami, but I would like to see some european stock here. I also wouldn't mind the infamous Snowflakes or Nuu Ana.
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    If leachies blow Matt's hair back enough that he would love to raise them, I'd love to eventually buy one.

    I think there's a lack of Grande Terre animals (leachianus leachianus, not leachianus henkeli) so that's my vote. Seems like hardly anyone is breeding Types A, B, and C without hybridization. I'd like to buy a mega monster Type C if I can get one. I agree with getting pure locality stock, no hybrids. That's my 2 cents.
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    Grand Terre! I agree with RangerGrrl that some nice GT animals with no hybridization between types A, B, and C would be awesome! I'm not sure how realistic it would be to ask Matt to get a breeding pair of type C's but I can dream can't I? If he did start producing them I would want to be number one on his list for a Grand Terre type B hatchling. *cough* :wink:
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    I think the only one in the country with type C is philip tremper. Good luck, he has like a 2-3 year waiting list, and $650 per hatchling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RangerGrrl
    I think there's a lack of Grande Terre animals (leachianus leachianus, not leachianus henkeli) so that's my vote. Seems like hardly anyone is breeding Types A, B, and C without hybridization. I'd like to buy a mega monster Type C if I can get one. I agree with getting pure locality stock, no hybrids. That's my 2 cents.
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    I'm still looking to sell my 2yr old pair?? let me know if there are any takers?? Hey sarah, I see that you are back online. How did your move go? was it a big headache? all of your animals make the transition??

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    2 to 3 year wait!?!?!?! Wow, and expensive to boot! How's the Type C situation in Europe? Sounds like we have a definite need for more breeders, but also more unrelated animals!
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