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  1. PA2019

    Spengleri tower

    finished it yesterday
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    Cuora bourreti

    feeding the younger ones
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    Cuora bourreti

    These guys really appreciate heavy cover
  4. PA2019

    Spengleri tower

    Yes, PVC. The rack system I think is perfect for spengleri who do not need a basking light, keeping temperatures in each rack under control.
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    Spengleri tower

    Rack system for black breasted leaf turtles I’m working on. Testing out the glass front, waiting on doorknobs haha.
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    Cuora galbinifrons, serrata, bouretti

    Here in the USA there are people who have success breeding flowerbacks (Picturata, Bouretti, Galbinifrons), but there are very few adults left from the original imports so opportunities to buy any are very rare.
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    First breakfast!

    @zovick right you are. I forgot I added a couple pictures of the planicauda. They are the rarest besides oblonga at least here in the USA. Planicauda were never imported in nearly the same numbers as the other 3 sub species from what a lot of old timer keepers have told me. Incubating their eggs...
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    First breakfast!

    Here are a couple. I keep PAA and PP. The PAA have a basic hinge near the front. I cant remember off the top of my head if brygooi or oblonga have the hinge as well. @zovick probably can remember that specific difference between the 3 sub species.
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    First breakfast!

    Cautious but hopeful with this recent pair I purchased, maybe egg laying come August...
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    Cuora bourreti

    Took a couple new pictures this AM, always looking for more of course :)
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    Tortoise Expo

    @Markw84 I was thinking of driving up to the Pamona Fairplex this year from AZ. If you have been before, have you ever seen Pyxis or Coura (flowerback complex etc..) being offered? I have never really attended reptile shows, and thought it might be a new way to locate hard-to-find species.
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    First breakfast!

    The youngest love to go back and forth from the food to the soaking dish all day.
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    Cuora bourreti

    Anyone know breeders/keepers of this species? DM is fine, trying to get more husbandry info and of course find unrelated genetics. The TSA has dozens of these guys, but no genetics ever get released or so I am told...
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    Cuora bourreti

    I actually moved to AZ, Tucson to be exact. They can do well indoors, but space definitely needs to be a consideration. Females can get 8-10". They are similar to my Pyxis in that they are not terribly active, which helps. Here is a picture of a adult female Bourreti to get an idea of size...
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    First breakfast!

    3 years later everyone is growing beautifully, but slowly of course. The yearly brumation is always stressful, but you just have to try and relax and let nature take its course...
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    Cuora bourreti

    One of the nicest looking animals I've seen in real life. Fantastic species, highly recommend working with this cuora species.
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    Geoemyda spengleri, worlds easiest hatchling setup?

    Up to 13 of these guys now
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    Cuora galbinifrons, serrata, bouretti

    I keep quite a few Spengleri, and have decided to expand my collection to include another asian turtle. I have been trying to find galbinifrons for the past year with no luck. I have decided to expand my search to include serrata, and bouretti, but information is weak. Does anyone keep either...
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    Planicauda have arrived

    Wonderful, decided to split them up and have had much better results in activity and feeding response. They are tricky, no doubt about that...
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    More PVC tanks

    Incredibly immature response after being called out on ZERO knowledge about a setup for a unique species. The heavily pyramided female was not raised by me, she is 12-14 years old and was raised in dry conditions, as was common practice a decade ago. She did just get a basically clean bill of...
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