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Old 12-04-2013, 12:00 PM
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I was able to see these cute little guys in person for the first time at a friends house this past weekend. Came across this thread from back in 2010 where it looks like a number of people were lucky enough to get some back then - http://www.dendroboard.com/forum/mem...braccatus.html

What kind of success are people having with these? Would love to see some pics of your set ups.

And the really big question is, if you're fortunate enough to get a breeding pair WHAT THE HECK do you do with ALL those babies
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Old 12-04-2013, 07:17 PM
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Not manny ppl keeping them now adays, its that hobby phase where everyone has them and then all of a sudden a lot of ppl dont' have them and want them.
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They also burn out rather quickly and young don't get held back. I think Emily up your way has them.
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I think Emily up your way has them.
YEP, that's where I saw them at.
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I've been looking for some of these for a while. Mike Novy works with them, but rarely has them available. Ed works with them too, but uses them for various viv experiments, so he doesn't sell them. There was another member on here I talked to who said he would kick them into gear if he had enough interest, I'll pm you as to who it is.
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Old 12-05-2013, 05:41 PM
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Neither of these people are breeding them anymore unfortunately. Not sure if they still have their groups but my guess as to why they were readily available three years ago and are not anymore, is that they don't breed much past the age of three or so. So there would need to be constant holding back of offspring if one person was to keep them going longterm.
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I see a guy with WC ebraccatus and leucophylatus at every repticon here. They all look healthy too, but I have never bought any.

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I remember BJ had a bunch of these. What happened? I'd like some CB of either species.
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I remember BJ had a bunch of these. What happened? I'd like some CB of either species.
The same as most of the rest of them... They had their colonies age out over time.

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