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1.2 loma colubre for sale
I have a 1.2 unproven but egg laying trio of loma colubre. for sale. I can email pictures upon request as I am hitting an error page when I try to submit them..

loma colubre pumilio
age- unknown( adults)
wc/fr stictly reptiles imports
shipping- fedex-ups-usps(not recommended from south tx)
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If you have the new iPhone ..there is a pic posting problem.

"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
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yes it redirects me to another error page.
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Yeah, POST PICS...
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yeah well i cant cant get through
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maybe you should get a computer. Smile
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575/w mistking pump. ;-)
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Post pics. Or you do not have loma colubre.
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He has the lomas I have some from him. No need to be rude
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Is that English. Who are you.
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I'm someone who has alot of frogs also in the Chicagoland area. And I'm good friends with Sidney. And what other language would i be speaking? You are being rude for no apparent reason
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3 posts. How screen names do u have Sidney.
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My name is brett mullner I'm not Sidney actually?
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Great Brett. Where did you get the loma colubre from. Can post pics. Thanks
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I got them from Sidney and give me a min making cultures right now. I think I've actually contacted u before not sure tho.
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My loma colubre
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Well that hilarious. The first three pics are regular colubre. And the last pic is from the importer and is MY male. Nice try.
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Aren't they calling the blue pumilio, 'Colubre'

And those calico spotted guys 'Loma Colubre'


"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
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No. Loma colubre came in as such. There are six total. I have them all. They have yellow and orange on them.
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Can you post some pics? I personally saw some calico spotted (for lack of better terms) sitting on Marcus's table in Daytona , circa 2009. I think they may look like what you are calling "Loma Colubre".

"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana".
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