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    I picked up a pair of these little guys. I had been researching Bavayia species for awhile and when I was offered a pair, I couldnt say no. I love watching them hunt. Fast ones I must say. Is anyone else here keeping/breeding them?

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    I keep a few


    Theres a caresheet on my website if you need any info on them.
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    Thanks Derek. Ive looked at your caresheets a million times. Good work. How many of the undescribed do you have?
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    I have 4 undescribed now, from Boone lines. Though I can't see any difference in them and my cyclura.
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    Ive noticed they arent very different at all from cyclura. What do you think the chances of them being described is in the next 5-10 years.
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    As I said sometimes the only difference between one species and another is a mountain. I think Aaron Bauer was saying he had described over 40 new Bavayia species, so who knows the ones you have may already be described and the hobby just hasn't kept up with all the work being done in New Caledonia.
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    Sounds correct. None the less, I'm starting to like bavayia. How are the corkbarks doing?
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