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    Re: B/W radixes

    My god... I'm totally in love with them!

    I hope some will find their way to Europe some day!
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    Re: B/W radixes

    They will. Knowing Steve... His radixes will be at the furthest reaches of the universe by 2020.
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    Re: B/W radixes

    Quote Originally Posted by kibakiba View Post
    They will. Knowing Steve... His radixes will be at the furthest reaches of the universe by 2020.
    A radix in space.........well I never.
    Looks like I'll be contacting NASA.
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    Re: B/W radixes

    Quote Originally Posted by Spankenstyne View Post
    Very nice. Yet another reason that makes me jealous of those able to work with Radix
    There is something, many things special about them.
    I'm so lucky to live in the area I do. More radixes than I can count.
    But I'll try.
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    Re: B/W radixes

    Wow, Steve great breeding project you have there, maybe next year bred them back to make the strainstronger.
    Thanks for the call yesterday. The Zoo was great and somewhat close by.
    While we were there we passed by a breed pond the Zoo has, breeding three spot frogs which are becoming rare in the area and a food source for this reptiles. Anyway, as I was on the path a very large fem concinnus crossed and I snapped her up for a look.

    Nice colors and well fed. Sorry, no pictures didnít think of it.

    People around jumped, screamed and well it wasnít good to hold her to long.
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    Re: B/W radixes

    Quote Originally Posted by brain View Post
    Wow, Steve great breeding project you have there, maybe next year bred them back to make the strainstronger.
    Season after next will be more like it. Then I should have a male ready to breed back to mom.
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    Re: B/W radixes

    Beautiful!
    I love high contrast in snakes, and these have that in spades!
    I hope the color breeds true for you.

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    Re: B/W radixes

    This group is awesome at feed time. All good eaters.
    One of these little b/w scrubs is getting ready to shed.
    I'll post a couple updated photos once that occurs.
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    Re: B/W radixes

    Quote Originally Posted by brain View Post
    Thanks for the call yesterday. The Zoo was great
    What zoo if may ask?

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    Re: B/W radixes

    The Greater Vancover Zoo in BC. ZOO MAP | GREATER VANCOUVER ZOO
    The frog breeding area is out by the Mule Deer and Emu.
    Michael
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