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Elyria

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PostSubject: ok this may be a silly question   Thu Sep 04, 2008 11:01 am

1.0 Pastel Male
0.1 Bolivian amarali
1.0 Red Eared Slider

I have noticed the above on many members signiture, I am curious as to what it means.....I am not a breeder , I have always been on the other end fixing what people did to these animals.....

so in my couriosity I have to ask


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PostSubject: confusion   Thu Sep 04, 2008 12:24 pm

male, female, unknown kristy Very Happy

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1.1 bakhuis tincs, 1.2 cobalts, 1.1 citronellas, 1.1 brazillian yellow heads, 1.1.6 leucs, 1.1 powder blues, 1.1.1 amazonicus, 4 p.mint teribillis, 6 costa rican auratus, 4.2 p.aurataenias , 3.2 "highland bronze" auratus, surinam cobalt tads about to morph as well as two azureus tads.
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PostSubject: confusion   Thu Sep 04, 2008 12:25 pm

just to clarify. so i have 1.1.1 amazonicus....poison dart frogs...which means, in this exact order, i have 1 male, 1 female, and 1 unknown sex to be determined. kristy Very Happy

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1.1 bakhuis tincs, 1.2 cobalts, 1.1 citronellas, 1.1 brazillian yellow heads, 1.1.6 leucs, 1.1 powder blues, 1.1.1 amazonicus, 4 p.mint teribillis, 6 costa rican auratus, 4.2 p.aurataenias , 3.2 "highland bronze" auratus, surinam cobalt tads about to morph as well as two azureus tads.
wants: mossy pairs or groups
son is getting 3.3 firebellytoads soon! spent like 400.00 just on a fbt tank. am i insane or just love my son!Smile
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PostSubject: ok this may be a silly question   Thu Sep 04, 2008 12:37 pm

Thanks that actually make sense to me, I of course working inthe medical feild assumed that it was like in human women gravid, para, still birth which I am 3.2.0 pregnant 3 times , 2 live birth, 0 still born ......so that was where my couriosity got me

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PostSubject: gotcha   Thu Sep 04, 2008 3:21 pm

know all about medical terminology Wink nobody seemed to understand what gravid and para meant in college lol! i got a hundred on my final cheers lol glad you understand what they means in the reptile and amphibian world and can now put it to use with your collection as well. kristy Very Happy

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1.1 bakhuis tincs, 1.2 cobalts, 1.1 citronellas, 1.1 brazillian yellow heads, 1.1.6 leucs, 1.1 powder blues, 1.1.1 amazonicus, 4 p.mint teribillis, 6 costa rican auratus, 4.2 p.aurataenias , 3.2 "highland bronze" auratus, surinam cobalt tads about to morph as well as two azureus tads.
wants: mossy pairs or groups
son is getting 3.3 firebellytoads soon! spent like 400.00 just on a fbt tank. am i insane or just love my son!Smile
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PostSubject: Re: ok this may be a silly question   Mon Oct 20, 2008 10:20 pm

acctually i'm glad that was clarified becasue i was wondering what it was too!
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PostSubject: Re: ok this may be a silly question   Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:33 pm

I think everybody when they are just getting into reptiles has a hard time figuring that one out. I know I had to ask geek
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