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Anery L.t. micropholis?

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Posted by: gerryg at Sat Dec 29 14:34:18 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by gerryg ]  
   

While attempting another search for leads on the allusive L.t. micropholis I came across these two photos of an anery micropholis… why it is that in a half dozen previous searches I never ran across these photos or posts right here on KS is beyond me... goggle is a fickle thing I guess.

Both photos are from a photo gallery here at Kingsnake.com belonging to KelliH. The few posts I can find discussing this animal date back to 2002. Those posts reveal little more than the facts that the animal was never successfully bred and it played no part in producing lines of anery hondos, so…

Can any of you that have been here awhile provide more details/history lesson on the animal? Who owed it… was it a “real deal” micro… did it constantly bite and was therefore given away?





Difficult to believe that if both those animals were the real thing they simply disappeared.

Gerry


   

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