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Posted by Jody P. on April 27, 2003 at 18:57:49:

In Reply to: some pictures of my baby kei island bts. posted by Craig Loose on April 26, 2003 at 18:22:06:

You would like to see pictures of the two adults I have?? I do not have the parentsa to those baby kei islands. I am the one who imported them they were all collected from Kei island. If other skinks are found on that island I was not aware of it. But I know all 4 babies and the 2 adults were collected on the island. I thought that is what made them kei island bluetongues? Let me know will post pics of the 2 adults as well.


:Can we see pictures of the parents? No offense, but they do not appear to be T. g. keiensis.





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