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cdmay
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cdmay

Well-Known Member, Male, from Somewhere in Florida

10 Year Member!
cdmay was last seen:
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    1. ChillyChelonia
      ChillyChelonia
      Hi, I see you're inundated with requests for cherry heads, but if you do have any this spring I would really love to get one. Thanks!
    2. turtle mama
      turtle mama
      Might you have any cherryheads or northern redfoots available? Thanks
    3. marieelena
      marieelena
      hi how do i pm you?
    4. Kaliman1962
      Kaliman1962
      Hi, I was wondering if you breed cherry heads? I am interested in a baby
      Thank you
    5. Jaclynn0713
      Jaclynn0713
      Hello! I'm in the South FL area and looking for information about redfoots and cherry head tortoises. We are looking to purchase one towards the end of April. Do you have tortoises available or know of a reputable source?
    6. ShellyTheTortoise71
      ShellyTheTortoise71
      Hi! I'm looking to buy a red footed tortoise. Do you have any available?
    7. Sue Harvey
      Sue Harvey
      You discussed white circling on the plastron in 2011 I believe-have you learned anything more? My Sully has them on the schutes. I wish I knew how to add the photo - they are very obvious on the schutes. Thanks in advance for your help
      1. cdmay
        cdmay
        Hello Sue,
        I'm sorry if I took a long time to respond but I never visit this site these days and never check my status.
        Anyway, the white circles you mentioned are just signs of growth being laid down under the scute. It is normal.
        Carl
        Nov 13, 2014
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    Gender:
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    Location (City and/or State):
    Somewhere in Florida
    Occupation:
    Astronaut