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    Default Czech Republic imports PI babies

    Colors look darker in the pics but they are both under 6 grams. I am super excited to have some import bloodlines for my PI Plus another baby from Leapin Leachies
    Baby #1 import

    baby #2 import


    This one is from Steve C. baby#3
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    Congrats on the new bloodlines...that is really great!! With these guys, the troegers, and our F2 babies, you have added some great new blood this year!
    Charming Chewies: Specializing in Grand Terre and Pine Isle locales of chahoua.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPLexus301 View Post
    Congrats on the new bloodlines...that is really great!! With these guys, the troegers, and our F2 babies, you have added some great new blood this year!
    I know, I am super excited! I really feel I am rounding out my breeding group. I think I am done for the year though....well..maybe.
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    I am thinking these Czech animals are Mainland, I have animals from the same shipment, and I can see they have a very short snout and look more like a mainland animal than my PI animals.

    Either way, both locales could use some fresher bloodlines.
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    Great additions!

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    I like baby number 1, but all are neat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDReptiles View Post
    I am thinking these Czech animals are Mainland, I have animals from the same shipment, and I can see they have a very short snout and look more like a mainland animal than my PI animals.

    Either way, both locales could use some fresher bloodlines.
    Well he is getting me the paperwork and guaranteeing that they are PI so I hope you are wrong. Also if you will notice the snout looks the same length on the last baby as the first two and that baby is PI from Steve C. I think it is very hard to tell baby mainlands from PI at this small hatchling stage you have to trust the source you are buying from that's for sure.
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    Very pretty for sure! Thanks for sharing.

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    They look nice...Boone?

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