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  1. ilovetoads2
    22-04-2010 02:08 PM - permalink
    ilovetoads2
    you need to clear your mailbox...my message wont send.
  2. giant snail
    19-04-2010 08:29 PM - permalink
    giant snail
    u need to clear your mail box =).... my reply cool! do you have any pictures please?

    i have two tiny alpine newts they are dark with slight blotches, orange belly with a very slight yellow stripe on spine, just dont seem to be groing, they are just over 1 inch long.

    does that INC postage? if not how much is postage.

    currently waiting for money to go into bank of which i am buying a breeding group of hong kong warty newts with. and getting two unusal looking newts.

    so will have to sort my tank out as not practical for any more.
    as need someone to cut glass to make divider.

    but pics would be great as very interested.

    thanks
  3. SteveCourty
    19-04-2010 11:01 AM - permalink
    SteveCourty
    Hi,

    At the moment ive just started looking into them the basics like recommended (not minimum) size. Can they be housed together? The rest ill do the same as you tbh. I try and find where the greatest populations are as well and go for there. I have a few species that arent well kept so have always found it to be the most reliable source as well.

    Thanks
  4. SteveCourty
    18-04-2010 10:00 PM - permalink
    SteveCourty
    Hi,

    Ive been told to contact you regarding Phyllomedusa sauvagii apparantley your the expert Do you no of a decent caresheet? My gf wants some eventually so thought Id start the research now.

    Thanks Steve
  5. TIMOTHY AND MATILDA
    09-04-2010 05:31 PM - permalink
    TIMOTHY AND MATILDA
    Hi Alex thanks for your reply about the Axolotls,I may have found one locally but as I am waiting for my big tank to be ready and the tank my adults in is only 2ft,would you suggest I wait or could I keep a new adult in a quarentine tank for a month by adding a filter and doing daily water changes or would you advise against this?I am so confused
  6. chrism
    05-04-2010 09:59 PM - permalink
    chrism
    Inbox full...

    Let me know when have space.
  7. aceboidz
    13-03-2010 07:16 PM - permalink
    aceboidz
    Hi Alex, hows it going?
  8. FatTailGecko15
    01-01-2010 04:48 PM - permalink
    FatTailGecko15
    Hi i have been to reptile plus 2 once or twice and it's great .. i have recently got 3 fat tail geckos and they are mating .. any tips on incubators and looking after them .. and do you sell vermiculite and if so how much ? Thanks
  9. Mark O'Shea
    22-12-2009 09:46 PM - permalink
    Mark O'Shea
    Hi Alex, I do not check my messages very often and I have it turned off to deter the likes of Viperlover who tries continually to be my friend etc. Partridge never sent me anything from that shoot as I remember so I can't help you there. I'm not in W'ton anymore, moved out to Shropshire, but still at WMSP when I am in the UK.
    All the best, Mark
  10. bigburms1983
    12-12-2009 09:55 PM - permalink
    bigburms1983
    Alright mate there is so much on here bout reptilarium they are gunna get shut down its nick by the way

About Me

  • About Alex M
    Biography
    Drummer
    Location
    DORSET
    Interests
    Drumming. Quite like a bit of drumming too, and also absolutely love drumming. Also, drumming.
    Occupation
    Sometimes it's drumming.
    Reptile & Exotic Pets
    Many more than can be listed here...
    Sex
    Male
  • Signature
    Available soon CB 2015 - Salamandra.s.terrestris, Triturus marmoratus, Triturus.a.apuanus and nominate alpestris, plus plenty of Axolotls (leucistic, wild type, golden albino, albino and melanoid). Plenty more species of amphibian available summer 2015 - tropical, sub tropical, and also many temperate species suitable for secure outdoor vivaria.

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