NEW 2011 Hermann's Tortoise DIAGRAMS discussion thread

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HermanniChris

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I like to make new diagrams every so often, so here are the new ones, enjoy!

TESTUDO HERMANNI BOETTGERI VS TESTUDO HERMANNI HERMANNI 2011

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Fantastic job. I added this to my favorites before I even read it.

Thanks so much for taking the time to put this together. Very helpful.
 

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That is great. Thank you for putting this together.

This is exactly the kind of thing I want to have for Greeks also.
 

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Very very nice Chris! Thanks so much for sharing your diagrams with us :)
 

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As always, you articles are very helpful. Thanks for sharing!
 

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Nice job on the photos; some text was a bit small to read and obscured when I tried to increase the page view. But most I was able to read OK. Thanks for your time and effort.

I saw the plastron photos, and I have been wondering about my 2-year-old Hermann's who has a very distinct and high (raised) plastron, which seemed to have developed over the last six months. He seems to raise off the ground a bit when he lowers himself, that is, when not standing on his feet. The ridges are black. His shell and skin seems normal otherwise, better -- smoother, shiny, symmetrical, etc., -- than some other Hermann's photos.

I searched under plastron on the site but didn't find any posts about plastron growth directly, most were about gaps or discoloration, etc.
 

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Thank You so very much. My little Gaius is dying I am afraid...He hasn't eaten in two days; while his other two siblings are doing wonderful...I checked with the vet....the man who sold them to me also....No luck...the vet had never even seen a Hermanni before....I guess Merlin and Arthur will have to make it by themselves. Thanks
again...I really liked your pictures!
 

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Thomasina said:
Thank You so very much. My little Gaius is dying I am afraid...He hasn't eaten in two days; while his other two siblings are doing wonderful...I checked with the vet....the man who sold them to me also....No luck...the vet had never even seen a Hermanni before....I guess Merlin and Arthur will have to make it by themselves. Thanks
again...I really liked your pictures!

Have you checked our vet lists? Where do you live?
 
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