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Old 03-16-2005, 06:14 PM
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Old 03-16-2005, 06:16 PM
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Those are excellent shots, but when are you going to produce enough to sell? :lol:
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Only thing I can tell you is there are more Lamasi in the hobby everyday - and I have heard of 2 additional breeders this last year begin to produce them.

There will be more soon, but I don't see us even starting to fill our waiting list for another 3-4 months.

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Old 03-16-2005, 07:40 PM
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Does this mean you are not able add anymore names to the waiting list for another 3-4 months or that for 3-4 months you won't be able to sell them to the people that are already on the list? Sorry, I didn't understand what you stated below. :roll: :roll: :roll:

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Only thing I can tell you is there are more Lamasi in the hobby everyday - and I have heard of 2 additional breeders this last year begin to produce them.

There will be more soon, but I don't see us even starting to fill our waiting list for another 3-4 months.

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Didn't mean to be cryptic. We decided about a year ago we would not accept any more reservations for Lamasi. Our list (as well as everyone I know) is over 100 frogs deep. We are lucky if we get 5 - 10 froglets from our pair every 2 months.

So, I don't see us adding anyone to the list for a year or so.

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I actually thought you might be adding names in 3-4 months!!!!!!!

:cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: This just TOTALLY ruined what I had thought was to be the BEST Day of my life. :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

***sighs & goes to get a tissue to wipe runny nose***
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Aaahhhh Roger don't cry......You're making me feel bad....I'd love to be able to fill our waiting list tomorrow. Unfortunately the Lamasi just don't lay often enough for that! Does anyone know if the FDA has approved viagra (and female equivalent) for dendrobates yet? :wink:
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I consider the standard lamasi to be one of the most beautiful and desirable PDFs (well next to D. mysteriosus - talk about the impossible dream :lol: :lol: :lol: ) and hope someday that I'll be able to obtain a few. I'm encouraged that there does seem to be more breeders of this species so I'll wait patiently and enjoy my current frogs (and a few new ones to come :wink: ).

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Bill,

Yes, there are more and more people breeding these guys all the time. 1 year ago, I only knew of 1 person who was actively breeding them. Know, I know of 4 who are getting viable tads (3 of them are getting froglets too) and a few more whose frogs are laying but nothing is fertile yet.

All I can tell people is to be patient.

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