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Wild populations of Banana Pectinata?

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Posted by: Manny at Mon Jul 16 16:48:41 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Manny ]  
   

Here is the pic of what was formerly thought to be a banana phase pectinata. It is a wild caught from Florida. This pic is what it turned out to be as an adult. It is by far an awesome looking animal but not a banana phase. I'm posting this as proof that the claims by some that there are banana phase pectinatas in Florida, is a myth. There may have been some in the founding years of this colony but they do not exist now. This is the closest I’ve come to a banana phase in my 18 years of collecting them.



   

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