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Old 16-06-2013, 04:09 PM
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What does the project do or look at. Just more details and about the spiders?
Sorry its a dumb question lol
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Old 04-02-2014, 02:22 PM
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Hi Ray I've got an old x breeder female regalis in the freezer , she produced for me every year without fail, real shame . Gladly send on to you m8 , was going to stuff and mount , flat out at work . A m8 of mine had a huge female G Pulcra carp it recently , told him to freeze her for me , I'll grab and sent together . How do you want sent direct from freezer or injected and put in formaldehyde? Send me your address . All the best Chris
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Hi Ray I've got an old x breeder female regalis in the freezer , she produced for me every year without fail, real shame . Gladly send on to you m8 , was going to stuff and mount , flat out at work . A m8 of mine had a huge female G Pulcra carp it recently , told him to freeze her for me , I'll grab and sent together . How do you want sent direct from freezer or injected and put in formaldehyde? Send me your address . All the best Chris
If Ray doesn't want them, I'd have them. No need for formaldehyde just frozen and I'll cover RMSD.
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Yep I/we can use them for the Museum, send me a PM or email and I will give you the addy. No need for preservation just send from frozen.

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i have a moult from our purple problems is we only know its a purple bloom as previous owner cant recall if is that or which purple
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