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  1. bumface
    17-03-2013 08:23 PM - permalink
    Hi Sue, sorry to pm you. I've been offered an elderly female Testudo Graeca Graeca and you might remember I have Iberas. I have a group of seven large female Iberas, and would appreciate your input as to whether I accept this elderly TGG to live with the older female Iberas. I know that it's not good to mix the sub-species (for all I know I may already have a TGG, but I don't think so). Kind regards
  2. Lane
    17-02-2013 02:35 AM - permalink
    Hi I noticed in the classifieds you are looking for a contact for a Scottish breeder. I live in Scotland and am yet to find one but just to let you know I hope to start breeding in the future when I have a bigger group so hopefully there will be one soon
  3. Wizzasmum1
    08-02-2013 07:23 PM - permalink
    You mighyt well be met with opposition as to the authors lol, but you would have to ask a moderator if you wanted it made a sticky.
  4. bumface
    08-02-2013 06:19 PM - permalink
    Hi Sue, just found this interesting page on the internet, while I was looking for photos of Testudo Graeca Iberas, as I have a couple who have either very light or very dark colourings. Do you think it might be useful as a sticky? or whatever the threads are called which are permanent? Just a thought. Karen
    Testudo Gallery
  5. Wizzasmum1
    27-11-2012 12:06 AM - permalink
    £90 for 2 year old, the three year olds must go together - £200
  6. AlanaD98
    26-11-2012 10:42 PM - permalink
    hiya how much would it be for one x
  7. Donna.C
    20-11-2012 04:04 PM - permalink
    Hi there. I took on a 'garden tortoise' for want of a better phrase a couple of years ago. He had lived in the garden and hibernated in a box in the winter. I dont have a lot of info on him, the guy giving him away just wanted him gone as his kids were being cruel to him anyway, I dont know how old he is but he is in good health and is the only one of my torts who tends to stop eating and go to his bed when he's obviously ready to hibernate. My question is, as he gets older, do I need to change the way he hibernates, ie, not let him decide when hes going into hibernation and waking up again, or does he know whats best for him? I see you have kept torts for many years and have some oldies, most of mine are youngsters and I am in charge of their hibernation. Thanks in advance for your advice, I hope you dont mind me messaging you. Kind regards, Donna
  8. GreenSlider
    13-04-2012 08:23 PM - permalink
    Hermannis still digging down to China..put them out today, gave them two dandelion flowers and an ounce or so of plantain..they munched 'til it was gone and then burrowed away.

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  • About Wizzasmum1
    Commited tortoise keeper/breeder
    Usually on another planet
    Conservation, tortoise gardening, reading, travelling, my gorgeous grandchildren
    Support worker for Age UK, greyhound rescue, light gardening in the village.
    Reptile & Exotic Pets
    Greyhound, tortoises, koi, numerous annual nesting wild birds


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