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Old 11-09-2003, 12:40 PM   #1
Will A.
CBB Spider Tortoises (All 4 species/sub-species)

'03 captive born and bred Malagasy Spider Tortoises produced from my groups of long term captive adults. I had the opportunity to choose my adults from very large groups of animals that were originally imported and these are some of the nicest you'll see. The babies have certainly not been disappointing as well. They have been hatching over the last several months and are very well started and growing well. I currently have:

0.0.6 Pyxis arachnoides brygooi, 2-5 months old $325 each
I have a few brygooi with extra/split scutes that I will let go a little cheaper.

I have eggs incubating from all 4 Pyxis species/subspecies. They will be hatching over the next several months. Please inquire if interested as I am putting together lists for each.

The prices above do not include shipping. Only trades considered would be for legal radiata. Contact me at weldd2000@yahoo.com for pictures. Thanks...
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