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  • New Troeger Mainland and Pine Island pairs

    Just got a shipment from Steve with my new Troeger line Mainland pair which are both just a little over two years old. They were produced by different original Troeger line adults that Steve imported from Europe. Both have a lot of red and the female is more pastel looking. First two pics are the Mainlands and they are obviously not fired since they just came out of a box, lol. The last pic is of the Pines and they are about 5 years old and proven breeders. They are from a high green line and really nice. Thanks for looking amd thanks you to my friend Steve for the pairs.

    I will try amd get some fired up pics posted ASAP.
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  • #2
    theyre GORGEOUS! makes me want a chewie so so bad!
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wicked...9667485?ref=hl

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    • #3
      Great additions! They should produce some gorgeous offspring.

      --John
      3.8.4 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
      3.8.1 Rhacodactylus chahoua 'Pine Isle'
      1 Big Dumb Yellow Lab

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      • #4
        Lucky!!! Very nice looking pairs
        1.0.0 GT/PI Chahoua
        3.0.0 PI Chahoua
        0.1.0 Leachianus unknown Locale

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        • #5
          Congratulations on the new pairs. Looking forward to better/fired pics!
          Charming Chewies: Specializing in Grand Terre and Pine Isle locales of chahoua.

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          • #6
            Congratulations! They look great I think you need more pictures though!

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            • #7
              Thanks everyone for the comments. The mainland pair had never been paired prior to me getting them so I introduced them yesterday. Last night I walked in on them mating so I was pretty happy. When I checked back in on them this morning they were snuggled up with each other so looks like it wasnt a one night stand, lol. Its been years since I bred Chahoua so looking forward to little ones.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by NorCalInvs View Post
                Thanks everyone for the comments. The mainland pair had never been paired prior to me getting them so I introduced them yesterday. Last night I walked in on them mating so I was pretty happy. When I checked back in on them this morning they were snuggled up with each other so looks like it wasnt a one night stand, lol. Its been years since I bred Chahoua so looking forward to little ones.
                Please keep me posted as to when you have some eggs from these guys!!! They are a great looking pair. I didn't see where you had posted this on Repashy??? Great news Congrats bro!!
                4.4.6 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
                0.1.1 Rhacodactylus Chahoua (PI)
                1.0.0 Strophurus Taenicauda (White Eye)
                1.0.0 Strophurus C. Ciliaris

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                • #9
                  Very nice! Looking forward to more pics!!
                  Specializing in R. Chahoua

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by docwade87 View Post
                    Please keep me posted as to when you have some eggs from these guys!!! They are a great looking pair. I didn't see where you had posted this on Repashy??? Great news Congrats bro!!
                    Yeah, I was gonna update the thread on Repashy when I post some of the new pics I took today. Gonna see how they look tonight, then post more pics tomorrow probably.

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                    • #11
                      Cool man look forward to seeing them!
                      4.4.6 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
                      0.1.1 Rhacodactylus Chahoua (PI)
                      1.0.0 Strophurus Taenicauda (White Eye)
                      1.0.0 Strophurus C. Ciliaris

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                      • #12
                        Here are some better pics especially of the Mainlands. Also last night after I took the pictures of the Pine pair, I came back to check on them and they were mating. The pic of the Mainlands close together was at night and shows a better look at their red. The others of them more away from each other were diring the day and fired down but still looking nice. Thanks for looking.
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                        • #13
                          they look great, what size tubs are those you have them in?
                          4.4.6 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
                          0.1.1 Rhacodactylus Chahoua (PI)
                          1.0.0 Strophurus Taenicauda (White Eye)
                          1.0.0 Strophurus C. Ciliaris

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by docwade87 View Post
                            they look great, what size tubs are those you have them in?
                            I cant recall the qt size right now. I wanna say they are like 50 qt and the dimensions are about 20" long x 18" high x 16" wide.

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