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Salt Creek (O. pumilio) 2012 imports
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Some photos of the new imports. Enjoy!

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Stunning !

Ray...can we get some approx sizes of these, so we can add a little more data on this import ? Compared to CvDL's book data and anything you have from your trip down there.
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17mm or so, about in line with what Chris has for Salt Creek, as well as some adjacent areas of Isla Solarte.
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#7
Beautiful pictures Ray!!! I'm jealous!
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