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    Looking to aquire pea aphids, will cover postage costs and such.


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    My zoo carries pea aphid, I cultured them for a while, but got bored of them. Whenever I visit the zoo, I'll remember to buy some.

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    Thanks DK but it looks as if Tim may be able to get me some pretty easily, waiting to make sure they are actually "pea aphids".

    Just out of curiosity why did you grow pea aphids? Other than food, they just aren't that interesting. Kind of have a nice lemony taste though.


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    Oh, I was culturing it for one of my pets, I might have to start soon again, because I might get some dart frogs. Having a large variety of food available for any pet is nice. =D. I never really ate pea aphid, I always thought they were pet food so I guess I missed out on tasting them [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]

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    Well actually it was my dart frogs that said they were tasty, I've never tried them myself.

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    LOL, i thought u tasted them.
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    Kind of have a nice lemony taste though.[/QUOTE]

    I LOVE DART FROGS!! What species do you have. I'm setting up my vivarium at the moment right now. The expense is unbelievable, to make a neat vivarium. SHOW ME PICS!! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]

    There are also other food you can culture easily, flightless fruitflies two sizes, wild fruitflies, flour beetles, springtail, and meadow sweep. PM me, if you need more information on it. Also if your expecting tadpoles, don't forget to go to your local health store to buy the capsule of algea, sprilluna and chrolfalsdkfjlasd, spellings is so hard.

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    Well here's the pics if you get to see them before my computer goes off for the night. They are Dendrobate Tinctorious Patricias. I have four of the little guys. Cute as can be.





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    nice nice, these are the frogs i want. D. Azuratus, low price for pretty frog. D. azueruz, blue pretty frog =D. D. Luecs beginner frogs, great mating call, D vent, and D. tinc but the cobalt morph where they have blue legs instead of green.
    I'm starting two vivarium one at 30 gallon and one at 90 gallon. Working on 30 gallon and 90 gallon at the same time. Geeze, we have to talk more about them =D. I love them. Making falsebottoms, waterfall, backgrounds, these are fascinating creatures. But I worry when I go to college no one can take care of them, but they are bueatiful.

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