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  • got a new chewie

    This little guy just came to me from Andrew Gilpin (indirectly from Allen at the Tinley show I believe). My pictures can't compete with Andrew's but I took a couple of quickies before I let him settle in:



    I'll have more sometime in the next few days. This guy is almost 30 grams lighter than my female, so by the time he's ready to breed, she should be good to go too. I'm hoping to pair them up later this year if they grow fast enough, but they should definitely be ready by next spring at the latest.
    http://www.facebook.com/appalachian.ectotherms

  • #2
    Nice looking chahoua. I also pick up a chewie from Andrew a couple of weekends ago. ILL post pics soon.
    John Zabroski
    Elusive Exotics
    http://www.elusiveexotics.com/

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    • #3
      Congrats, Kevin. A great addition to your chewie family!

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

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      • #4
        Wow, he's one of the best I've seen! Congratulations on the new addition!
        Olivia
        "...Because what's more efficent than doing nothing?"

        "...Doing nothing in a Hybrid?"
        -stephen colbert's writers

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        • #5
          Interesting pattern, the big dark spots are unique!!

          Congrats
          Derek Dunlop
          DDReptiles
          www.DDReptiles.net
          Croc's Rule- Steve Irwin

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          • #6
            Thanks everybody. He's still just a little guy, but he's got a great appetite so I think he'll be growing fast. I'll be posting updated pictures before long, these chahouas are just so much fun.
            http://www.facebook.com/appalachian.ectotherms

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