Steve I bought the Albinos at fairly reasonable prices because they had a extra scute. But I never bred turtles before but I have bred so many other snakes and lizards with ease. Reptile breeding to me always seemed perfect with no problems at all ever. It comes naturally to me just by good husbandry skills and knowing conditions and environmental factors related.steve wrote:Cute turtles! I have no name suggestions (I'm pretty bad at it), though maybe wait a bit until her personality is clear and you can name her based on that
steve wrote:I have not seen it be a problem to the regular RES posted here. In fact, most people like it as it makes them a little more unique even if it is fairly common. I guess that's a reflection of what some breeders want... rare, prefect creatures to sell at a premium.
I can show you photos when I first bought them when I transfer the photos from my phone and you will clearly see that they recently hatched out however before I went to the sellers location he lied and said they were well established and eating very well The fact is, I found out he lied and he just uses that wording to make sales. I talked to others who have been around this man since I was no longer in the United States and Over in England, that he was a new comer to the industry for the last 5 years after my departure. I personally known just about everyone prior to this.steve wrote:How big are they now? I've wondered, do they offer any guarantee about the sex?
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