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Ranitomeya benedicta featured in Reptiles Magazine
#1
In the Jan. 2013 Reptiles magazine, there is an article about keeping and breeding Ranitomeya benedicta.
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#2
Cool ! That's the current issue, I guess ? Do you know who wrote it ? The local Barnes and Noble used to carry the monthly issues but apparently they did not sell enough, and only the Reptiles Magazine Annual issues are there.
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#3
That's awesome for a magazine that usually only features line bred, designer morph animals.
Jon
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I know...we are so the minority. Think how the Salamander hobby feels ! They pick up OUR hobby crumbs.
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#5
Strictly Reptiles , Reptiles Etc., Joe's Bargain Bin Flipped and Disgusting Reptiles, guessing Reptile Magazine and pretty much any business with the word Reptile as a banner rarely is the place to find good dart info.
Have not seen the article. Who did write it?
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Sorry, John Clare.
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