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RE: Time for a New Year rubber update

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Posted by: PHFaust at Wed Jan 18 19:53:33 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by PHFaust ]  
   

>>Cindy:
>>If your reference is that few individuals maintain the species, I believe that would be an accurate assessment.
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>>But from a biological perspective ("not so common", generally speaking, the species is often quite common numerically in preferred / optimum habitats but simply seldom encountered and sometimes difficult to find due to the species' secretive nature.
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>>Richard F. Hoyer (Corvallis, Oregon)

More that few people actually keep them in private collections. I always love to see people finding something special in a fairly common, native species and also getting out of the normal box of keeping. It is why I prefer some of the species I do.

Plus I also think Amanda kinda kicks ass, but that is more on a personal note.
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