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RE: identification of Acanthosaurus sp.

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Posted by: biologen at Mon Apr 12 11:38:12 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by biologen ]  
   

There are some new photos, taken yesterday, in this link http://www.nhf.dk/phpBB/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=37627

The first end the last picture is the same animal, the two pictures in-between is the other animal. I dont think the spines in the neck and on the back looks similar in the two animals, could it be two different species? Or do they have a big phenotypic plasticity?

I think that it is two females, at least I now one of them is, she laid 7 eggs the other day. If it is two females, could it be possible for them to store sperm for up to 3 years? It has been 3 years since I bought them, and there has only been these two.


   

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