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Now is the time for the The Knowledge to spread


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Posted by oldherper on April 28, 2003 at 19:23:12:

In Reply to: Now is the time for the The Knowledge to spread posted by Doug T on April 28, 2003 at 18:40:38:

Doug,
Do you want actual complete caresheets, or will little tidbits we have picked up over the years help too?

:And it's now time for you folks to put your vast wealth of knowledge up on the net.

:WWW.INDIGOSNAKES.COM needs more caresheets. Let me give you some examples: The Texas Indigo "Caresheet" is my own and I don't even have Texas Indigos anymore,The Yellow Tail Cribo "Caresheets" are by one person who doesn't keep them anymore, and my own which consists of some pictures of the babies I keep, Black Tail Cribos, possibly the most commonly kept Dry', don't even have a caresheet.

:I need you guys to write down what you know about the different subspecies (except couperi) so I can post it. You don't need your own website, just get the information to me in hardcopy or email, and I'll post it on www.indigosnakes.com.

:Doug T
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