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Bastimentos for sale
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Species -O. pumilio " Bastimentos"
Line/Origin - Seaside imports 04
Age - 6-10 months
Quantity -1.0.3
Price - $150 each, 2/$275, 3/$350, 4/$400
Preferred Payment Method - Cash/paypal
Shipping Rates & information - buyers choice

For Local to Florida I will throw in a 3 auratus froglets or 5 tadpoles if you take all 4.
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#2
WC, F1,F2 ?
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#3
CB, not sure of how many generations. At least 2.
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#4
Bill, these would be f2's assuming they are the offspring that you got from me...btw, they look great!
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#5
These are offspring from the ones I received from you. Thanks!
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#6
Hello Bill
The add says 1.0.3 and there are five pictures are picture 4 and five the same frog!? Very nice frogs by the way!

Regards Jerry A
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#7
Hello,

Pic 4 and5 are the same frog.
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#8
Good Morning Bill
So are these offspring that you received from Chris or offspring from the offspring you received from Chris? Also are these being considered cemetery basti's or another?
Regards Jerry A
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#9
Offspring from offspring. To my understanding when seaside brought them in there was no cite data. I would say based on comparison alone they are not cemetary.
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#10
They seem to be fine spot, but I can not confirm that either. Sorry
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#11
Phil any in put on these frogs here!?
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#12
me ??? lol

Nothing other than what was already said. They look to be progeny from the Bastimentos population. Other than Salts, RFB....meh...the imports are 'all the same'. Bastimentos are one of the few (if any) pumilio populations that can be 'mixed'.
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Philsuma Wrote:me ??? lol

Nothing other than what was already said. They look to be progeny from the Bastimentos population. Other than Salts, RFB....meh...the imports are 'all the same'. Bastimentos are one of the few (if any) pumilio populations that can be 'mixed'.

Agree to disagree Phil, first of all you are taking "the word" of an exporter and importer that obviously not raising the frogs and are selling WC.
Who knows what and where the frog's are being collected from and sold together by import always the question of matching frogs by the way they look.
Sorry to "mud up" the for sale ad but my opinion.
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-Beth
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BcsTx Wrote:
Philsuma Wrote:me ??? lol

Nothing other than what was already said. They look to be progeny from the Bastimentos population. Other than Salts, RFB....meh...the imports are 'all the same'. Bastimentos are one of the few (if any) pumilio populations that can be 'mixed'.

Agree to disagree Phil, first of all you are taking "the word" of an exporter and importer that obviously not raising the frogs and are selling WC.
Who knows what and where the frog's are being collected from and sold together by import always the question of matching frogs by the way they look.
Sorry to "mud up" the for sale ad but my opinion.
http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt ... CCsQ9QEwAA

Not really sure what you are saying for sure. But these are beautiful frogs with lineageback to2004, even if we do not have specific site data. But to each their own.

Bill
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#15
Bill,

I wouldn't use the word 'lineage' as they are imports with no data but I agree with you 100% - they are very beautiful animals and I'd love to see them in a viv. Very nice.
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Newell77 Wrote:
BcsTx Wrote:
Philsuma Wrote:me ??? lol

Nothing other than what was already said. They look to be progeny from the Bastimentos population. Other than Salts, RFB....meh...the imports are 'all the same'. Bastimentos are one of the few (if any) pumilio populations that can be 'mixed'.

Agree to disagree Phil, first of all you are taking "the word" of an exporter and importer that obviously not raising the frogs and are selling WC.
Who knows what and where the frog's are being collected from and sold together by import always the question of matching frogs by the way they look.
Sorry to "mud up" the for sale ad but my opinion.
http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=htt ... CCsQ9QEwAA

Not really sure what you are saying for sure. But these are beautiful frogs with lineageback to2004, even if we do not have specific site data. But to each their own.

Bill
They are beautiful frogs, I was just saying IMO should not be mixed with other imports.
-Beth
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#17
Sold..thanks all
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