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    Default so ok now here's the deal

    im planning a trip to vanuatu to collect different different species, im trying to drag matt with me. waht i need to know if theress interest in these species, cause if so i plan on bringing a bunch back with me.

    here's the list,

    Candoia carinata
    Candoia carinata (white)
    Candoia carinata (red)
    Candoia bibroni
    Candoia bibroni (white)
    Candoia bibroni (red)
    Gehyra vorax (common)
    Gehyra vorax (red)
    Gehyra vorax (ornate)
    Nactus Multicarinatus
    Gehyra oceanica
    Emoia nigra
    Emoia sanfordi
    Emoia nigromarginata
    Emoia cyanogaster
    Emoia sp
    Litoria aurea
    Scolopendra sp.

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    If Matt won't go, I'll help you catch them

    Why don't you go one island over and bring me back some wild cresteds and maybe a trachy or two
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    I would much rather see more species from Madagascar. I think we could use a few more Ebenavia in US collections.

    but I do think the Vorax are cool.

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    see the other part of this is that vanuatu by itself is 80+ islands, and there has not been a good expadition for reptiles yet. i could find some undescribes species. and that would be a big deal.

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    I'm a bit confused. Did you get funded to go on a expedition for reptile observation in Vanuatu? Or are you just taking a "vacation" and illegally collecting reptiles? Not to be taken offensively, just curious. Thanks,
    -Adam

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam105 View Post
    I'm a bit confused. Did you get funded to go on a expedition for reptile observation in Vanuatu? Or are you just taking a "vacation" and illegally collecting reptiles? Not to be taken offensively, just curious. Thanks,
    -Adam
    ha!

    hilarious.

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    could you get Lamprolepis smaragdina in? they would be the only species from that region, that I can think of, that i'd be interested in, depending on quality and when the shipment comes in.

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    Gehyra vorax (red)- Interested.
    Make sure you post this again right before you are leaving!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter_Alexander View Post
    ha!

    hilarious.
    What was so funny?
    -Adam

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    Adam you have nothing to worry about Everything being brought back will be legal!!

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