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  • Hello there! I'm thinking of getting T. johnstoni, T.deremensis, F. lateralis, or T.q. Gracilior for a breeding project, and I see that you work with johnstoni and deremensis, plus you work with quads (very similar to Gracilior), so I was wondering what you think of them for breeding if you have time. Thanks!
    ponders
    ponders
    Quads I am good at. I have been breeding the quad quads for 6 years and have had 100s of babies. The babies are hardy and incubation is only 5months.
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    I think I might stay away from Johnston I until I am more experienced with montages then. Thank you for the advice! I'm leaning towards carpets and Gracilior, but I am not sure yet. Thank you for your response!
    ponders
    ponders
    Good Luck
    Will you sell one young female quad quad? I have a young male that I raised from an egg. His parents were wc. It would be nice o have a mate for him.
    ponders
    ponders
    I just noticed your post. I do have a female available, 4 months old, if you are still looking
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