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RE: outdoors in florida

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Posted by: herpsltd at Tue Sep 9 19:34:14 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by herpsltd ]  
   

I think your missing my point. The S. A. races are MUCH less tolerent of low temps than are C.A. races. I know this for a fact having 2 imported C.A. albinos as well as albino Colombians that I produce. There is a tremendous difference in their ability to cope with low temps. ALSO HAVING IN YEARS PAST IMPORTING THOUSANDS THE C.A. races do much better than imported S.A. races such as Surinames etc. This was my reason for inquiry involving what type the person had. Today its very rare the importers even import S.A. lizards because of this. My inquiry had nothing to do with being taxanomically correct except for advising him with temps. They may and probably are all the same BUT in captivity they are very different in respect to temp. variation......TC


   

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