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Annual Tri State Area Meeting Sun March 20th
#1
I've posted this before on the 'other' forums but since I'm frequenting this place a little more I'll post it here as well.
I will be having the annual Tri-State Area meeting at my place again here in Brooklyn on March 20 at 12 noon. I will have the usual awesome Italian catered sandwiches and beer. Anything else is up to you!
Trades and sales are welcomed!
RATS AND THIEVES ARE NOT WELCOMED AND WILL BE POLITELY ESCORTED TO THE DOOR!
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#2
Good Stuff Andy. I'll be up North for the end of March and will make this one for sure. I've heard great things about your collection and I can't wait to see everthing.
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#3
Andy: I hope to be there as well and (uh hum) be a little more careful around your tank spigots! Ed
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#4
I'll be there and I guess I'll have to bring my war club I got from a Brazilian tribe so maybe I can finally take home my blue jeans!!!
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#5
Coming up.....This Sunday - March 20th.
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#6
Nice, Im working that day
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#7
I plan on being there. Still preparing vivs, but coming to listen, watch and learn! Ed
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#8
ems1016 Wrote:I plan on being there. Still preparing vivs, but coming to listen, watch and learn! Ed

Excellent. I'll see ya there, Ed.

I missed the last meet at Andy's but everyone says his collection - vivs, frogs and plants, is spectacular. I'm looking forward to it.
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#9
I'll be bringing some Melanogaster, Bean Beetles, Isopods.

Probably some Cauchero, Eldorado and Rio Guarumo (if big enough).

Adult Sexed leucomelas available as well.

Also...Carpooling from Central Pennsyltucky is also possible. LMK
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#10
Phil how old are the Guarumos?
I need females but if the price is right would purchase a few and take my chances!
Andy
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#11
brooklyndartfrogs Wrote:Phil how old are the Guarumos?
I need females but if the price is right would purchase a few and take my chances!
Andy


I have 2 that are almost old enough to transfer out from the Parental Viv to a Grow-out 10 gallon. That's as close as I get to an exact month or weeks OOW. I suck at record keeping. I'm just excited that I actually turned the corner on these and am getting them to live and grown instead of wasting away. They are taking almost the larger size Melanogaster, so that's good too.

I owe a lot of it to Marc (Pigface) from Pittsburg. He transfered 1.2 Rio Guarumos to me last summer and they really helped things.

That said....They are almost not quite big enough to make a big trip and go to someone else. I'll try to snap a pic or 2 tomorrow. If they are not ready for your gathering, they should be good to go for Frog Day.
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#12
i wish i could make the meet but unfortunatly can't.
so everyone enjoy. take pics, and not of the same person in 3 different shots. also some sort of labels on the pics so we might know who is who.
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#13
Here is what I can bring:

Broms- $8-$18...depending on type
super blue froglets- $50
Matecho froglets- $55
F1 Patricia froglets- $50
Standard Lamasi froglets- $150
O. Lamasi pair- $120
Female leuc- $80

If interested in any of these please text, not pm me at 919-744-1343

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#14
THANKS ANDY !

What a great host and an excellent collection !!!

There were at least 40 Froggers there - Good times.
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#15
Did anyone take pictures???
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Cindy Dicken Wrote:Did anyone take pictures???


35 mins out, I realize I forgot my DSLR :evil:

I really didn't see anyone snapping shots either. Durn it !
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#17
yeah, how come no one took pictures ?
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#18
I'm sure someone did....there were over 40 people there.

The Italian subs were "James Cameron Movie set Catering" quality.....actually better. Food was off the chart. It usually is at Frog Gatherings.

A past MADS meet had 2 quarter kegs of home brewed beers once.....ahhhh....
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