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  1. I have a few questions on millipede nutrition. What is a good diet for north american millipedes like narceus americanus? Also, what supplements do you recommend? Please post your answers in my thread titled millipede nutrition in the other pets section.
  2. Hi! Thanks for the advice
  3. Got a tomato frog! (Dyscophious guteni) i shall call him bob
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    Really? Does that mean I could get two frog-locations in one day! Sweet! Thanks for all the help, buddy! Can't wait to catch those hoppers
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    Gonna head to Nicomeckle creek soon. So, it's below Colebrook Rd, in that little trail, or is it the big pond above Colebrook road?
  6. lol u r my age!! is 16 a popular bombina interest age or what? :P
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    Thanks! I'll be heading there during the spring and summer. Can't wait to get herping again
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    Hey, Bob.

    I'm curious; where is Nicomeckle Creek? I plan on finding some Red legged frog eggs, raising them to froglets, and then releasing them back into the wild. I've got the resources and tank to do it.
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    Bob,
    Just wanted to thank you for all the support you have recently given members in the 'Bombina' area .
    Lynn
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    I saw your album. You find Rana Aurora in Langley? Out in Maple Ridge, we only find Green frogs and Bullfrogs. We see TONS of them, though, so you might want to try where we go: Whonnock Lake. There's tons of tadpoles there during the spring late spring to early summer, and we've seen groups of 20 juvenile frogs and froglets in some parts during the summer. And we've caught some truly massive frogs, as well as a Black Crappie and 2 Garter Snakes. If you want newts, go to Mike Lake in the August. According to a friend of mine, there's dozens of them there during that time. I've yet to go there and see them, though. And do not worry. We always let whatever animals we catch go, and we avoid hurting them at all costs. The only animals we have kept is the Black Crappie, and of course, my frogs Gnag and Bumpy.
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About Bombina Bob

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About Bombina Bob
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Ryan
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Fraser valley BC
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Canada
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Field herping (suprise surpise) photography, and history
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"who you callin pinhead?" - patrick star

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"A Righteous man cares for his animals" - Proverbs 12:10
1.0.0 Correlophus cilliatus
2.1.0 Bombina orientalis
0.1.0 Ambystoma mexicanum
0.0.1 Ceratophrys cranwelli
1.0.0 Litoria caerulea
1.1.0 Dendrobates auratus "Nicaraguan"
0.0.2 Dendrobates tinctorius "Azureus"


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