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Posted by: rkhorne at Tue Jul 12 23:16:59 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rkhorne ]  
   

Been a long time since I've posted in this forum. Doesn't seem to be much action in here anymore???

Pretty much out of these guys right now. Still have plans to go on with the next phase of my ant-less diet experiment...just don't have the time to properly work with them right now. Maybe next year? Is anyone seriously working with them in this way?

BTW.....the last of my 2005 CB Solares, a male, is now 6, fat and healthy and has yet to see any ants besides the Argentines that occasionally sneak into his enclosure.

I know this is sacriligious talk in this forum that will most likely be followed by darts and arrows, always has in the past...but still, I have real data that indicates further work in this area is worth investigating, and just imagine what we could do for these guys should we figure out a more economically friendly way to raise them.

Thanks,
Roger


   

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