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New from Hamm.

Postby Ray Gurgui » Sat Sep 27, 2014 1:50 pm

Gidgees galore ! New pick ups from Hamm , got a breeding trio from the UK, they are all in shed right now so very dark . And a young pair from Poland
that came with Rubin the BTS ,says the young male is Broken Hill form ? I wouldn't know , hey Richard Help !! They all eat like champs ! And poop too !

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Re: New from Hamm.

Postby Jeff » Sat Sep 27, 2014 2:26 pm

Those are some nice looking gidgees Ray! I can’t wait to get some some day. Are there limited bloodlines in the U.S.? I’m just wondering why you got them from Europe because there have been quite a few available here lately.
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Re: New from Hamm.

Postby Richard.C » Sat Sep 27, 2014 4:42 pm

Very nice ray,im not sure to be honest but could be from broken hill area,they look quite well patterned,lighter to than your usual run of the mill gidgies,rory breaker might have more of an idea of locales and what they look like it certain areas
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Re: New from Hamm.

Postby DianaBlueTongue » Sat Sep 27, 2014 5:02 pm

Very neat! Make sure to let me know when you have offspring available, these guys are pretty high on my must have skink list right now.
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