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MdngtRain
04-21-2013, 01:30 PM
I did a bit of impulse spending this weekend (already hearing it from the wife) at the show. (It was a really tiny and boring show, except for a few interesting animals).
Anyway, I was not going to buy a tokay, except maybe a CB male if I found one... then I saw this more yellow/olive female and took a chance. I also picked up the male they had available. They are fresh imports that the vendor assured me had gone through one de-worming. I'll de-worm them again alter to be sure. They are in rough shape, though I have seen worse. They both ate about 12 crickets last night. They are in separate quarantine tubs for the time being.
Since the male had relaxed a tiny bit, I'm seeing the same yellow on his feet as I see on the female. I'm just with nice-colored normals though.
First up, the female:
http://i719.photobucket.com/albums/ww197/MdngtRain/20130421_104502_zps853f4d15.jpg (http://s719.photobucket.com/user/MdngtRain/media/20130421_104502_zps853f4d15.jpg.html)

And the male:
http://i719.photobucket.com/albums/ww197/MdngtRain/20130421_104414_zpscaa71388.jpg (http://s719.photobucket.com/user/MdngtRain/media/20130421_104414_zpscaa71388.jpg.html)

My original girls are also getting a new home. An X-Tall exo was on sale at the show and I picked it up. Just have to set it up today for them... pics to come once it is filled and the girls go in.

smcnearn
04-21-2013, 05:35 PM
They look stressed! Which is pretty normal in this situation, but that's awesome they ate so quickly for you! I am working with a group of imports at the moment and most of mine have started taking crickets. I waited a bit to let them settle in though. Most of mine came in that dark coloration but have lightened up significantly.

Marauderhex
04-21-2013, 05:44 PM
Guess you don't have to post the pics on iHerp now. Definitely not the worst imports I've ever seen, but they seem to be off to a good start.

billewicz
04-23-2013, 12:51 AM
Cool. Keep the meds and supplements coming!!!

The yellow feet and knees also occur on some of the Patternless Greens and some of the Granite from Indonesia as well.

Enjoy!!!