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Thread: Giveaway Orchid Seedlings Bulbo plumatum, Sarcochilus ceciliae, and Sedirea Japonica

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    Does your son want to go for a pony ride?

    It's a tough life being a Sarracenia farmer
    My Grow List http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=123776

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    My wife just took the kid to school so this giveaway will be closing when he gets home today.

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    And the winner is Arco!

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    Thank you for the opportunity. Congrats Arco! Before now had never heard of such a creature.

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    Ahhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!! So happy!!!!!!!!

    Thank you! I knew your son would dig those crabs!

    Dragons Eye,
    I also wish I could see them in real life one day. That would be amazing!

    Cthulhu138,
    I heard that they were available in Miami Florida about 20 years ago, but since then, they have not been imported. I would love to keep some of those, but I would imagine they would need a whole room as their enclosure. Or a large outdoor pen like a tortoise! Unfortunately they couldn't be captive bred.

    RSS,
    You've actually seen them in person and eaten them?

    aerogrower,
    Thanks for the "congrats"!
    I'm glad I could introduce you to the amazingness of The Coconut Crab!

    Here are more photos of them, check it out:


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    I've only seen a few of the plain brown ones and the meat was available enough in Guam to get some at the local hole in the wall eateries. They were going extinct due to being neat looking, hard to breed and tasty...Bad trifecta for any species.

    I saw so many "what the !#$@#$ is that" things in Guam I can not count them all. These crabs, a spider that was larger than my hand (not a tarantula), and a fish with an eyeball the size of a soccerball the fish was HUGE jump to mind.

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