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Posted by steve on January 04, 2002 at 19:33:22:
In Reply to: Infertile Eggs... posted by ag on January 04, 2002 at 18:52:22:
: Kerry seems to think that because I disagree with feeding infertile eggs *regulary*, I'm upset because I got caught in a lie... The "lie" he accuses me of was a honest mistake, I think I already made that clear. Kerry, this an open apology to you: Sorry for stepping on your inflated ego. Please go back to criticizing other people's animals instead of attacking me personally.
AG..very nice looking lizards. the pattern on your male suspectum was super tight looking. the 01 applegate exasperatum appears to me, to be a male. what do you think? i'm judging by the broad head size in your photo. i put together a nice little assortment of 2001 exasperatum's from different bloodlines and i can say there all around 18 inches in length. some are more thick looking around the neck with broader heads while others that are the same in length have smaller more narrower heads. it's very noticeable in my lizards. i'm not imagineing it, i stair at these lizards a lot each day and there really is a growing difference between them.. they all eat the same size rodents(not eggs) on the same exact days. let me know what you think. again very cool looking lizards....i'm out