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Old 05-24-2012, 04:30 PM
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Default Re: Mantellas in general

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Originally Posted by Detrick105 View Post
I had produced a lot of cb aurantiaca in 2010, where are they all are now? Idk? I sold most of them to some of the sponsors here on d-board.
Steve
Yeah, its hard to really manage as many as we can produce. I know a few folks still working with my CB M. viridis, M. aurantiaca, M. laevigata, and M. ebenaui, but I also wholesaled a lot of offspring (or even gave away many). The sad part is that most of them are probably gone. However, that is the nature of the beast. One group of Mantella sp. could satisfy U.S. demand. If of all those offspring one group breeds, well, the line continues. It won't be genetically diverse...that is a whole other discussion.

Doug, how many Mads and others did you send out the last few years?
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