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    Angry Look what the cat dragged in

    A few days ago someone made me an offer I could not resist. All out of the blue I was offered this guy because it's previous owner got bored with it.
    At the time I didn't know what species it was, all I knew was that It's 3 years old and was fed pinky rats for the last 18 months.
    Suppositly he would not eat anything else.
    I gracefully accepted the beastie and said thank yoooouuu.
    So a new Red ornate was added to my collection.
    It had been housed in an old aquarium and was living on garden soil.
    Today I tried feeding it and it (un)gracefully took a Rainworm and 10 large tebo larve after wiggeling them before his mouth.
    I think it's a male but any help sexing is welcome.



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    Default Re: Look what the cat dragged in

    Can you get a pic more from this angle??

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    That way we can see it clearly.

    Nice Ornate, by the way!!

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    Default Re: Look what the cat dragged in

    He looks nice (assuming it is a male). It seems like he's kept his vibrant red coloration very well these three years.

    I'm just wondering, why did you start this thread with an angry face? He looks so nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IvoryReptiles View Post
    Can you get a pic more from this angle??
    That way we can see it clearly. Nice Ornate, by the way!!
    This is the best I could do, hope it helps as it's a realy fiesty one. And maybe I am wrong, could be a female ?!@!?"




    Quote Originally Posted by MeTree View Post
    He looks nice (assuming it is a male). It seems like he's kept his vibrant red coloration very well these three years.

    I'm just wondering, why did you start this thread with an angry face? He looks so nice.
    Yes It did keep it's colors quite well. Here are some more better pics. About the angry face, well must have touched it when I was going to post, not intended. Thanks for the possitive reaction.


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    Default Re: Look what the cat dragged in

    Female. No nuptial pads.


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    Thanks Grif.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramp View Post
    Thanks Grif.
    You're welcome She's really nice. The red Ornate are really cool.


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    Hope to find a partner for her as my other ornates are still small.

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    Grif is correct! And congrats on the new addition to the Family!

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    ramp
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    Thanks for the help,you all. Total = 11 now. Seems like a contagious desease, just can't stop.

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