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    Anyone working with locals anymore (like Silver Eyes)?

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    We don't keep them ourself but a close friend has a young pair of Cameron highlands.

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    We are working with silver eyed (Johor) and green eyed (Borneo)
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    Also keeping - Eurydactylodes Vieillardii, E. Agricolae, Uroplatus. Lineatus, U.Sikorae, Aeluroscalabotes felinus Johor, Aeluroscalabotes cf. dorsalis
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    Now I am understanding why Europe has more things than the US. We get a good start and then the breeders fade out, while you guys overseas actually keep breeding.

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    Shane, I got sick and sold mine off to pay hospital bills. Some of which went to Derek Dunlop. He sold his collection off last year to Tom Woods. And Tom sold off his silver eyes to an unknown buyer in another country just recently. So, as far as I know, there's not much of anyone in the US working with Silver eyes any more. There's a few people who claim to have Highlands animals. But I think they're more than likely non-locale specific animals that people assume are highlands because they don't realize that Johor has normal eyed cats as well as silver eyed. There's a fair amount of people still working with the Borneo green eyed animals (which people refer to as cf. dorsalis) though. There's likely some silver eyes still kicking around somewhere in the US behind closed doors, but I haven't found them.
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    Also, I've been bugging Julie for a long time to sell me some silver eyeds, but she has yet to do it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverside Reptiles View Post
    Also, I've been bugging Julie for a long time to sell me some silver eyeds, but she has yet to do it
    Haa, I figured she would still be working with some. Sucks that everyone got out. I wonder if it would be worth rebuilding a pipeline of imports to get a few established. I hope you are doing better and can get back into the hobby. I started back up with a group of Giant Meller's Chameleons, several pairs of Saharan Uromastyx and a handful of hissing roach spp

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    There's some work being done currently to get some more imports flowing. Malaysia imports were shut down for a few years, but they're slowly opening up again. I think we'll see some fresh felinus blood being imported by the end of the year. Whether it'll be worth it or not will remain to be seen. As long as I end up with a group, I'll be happy!
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    We currently work with the Borneo green eyed cats geckos (Aeluroscalabotes cf. dorsalis) and will be getting some Cameron highland locale animals in a few weeks after the holidays. Hopefully we will be able to find some Johor silver eyed locality animals in the not so distant future as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramseys Reptiles View Post
    We currently work with the Borneo green eyed cats geckos (Aeluroscalabotes cf. dorsalis) and will be getting some Cameron highland locale animals in a few weeks after the holidays. Hopefully we will be able to find some Johor silver eyed locality animals in the not so distant future as well.
    It's been a LONG wait for this current shipment to come in. Hopefully future shipments will be less so. The silver eyed animals come from a MUCH smaller population though. So I wouldn't hold my breath on them showing up any time in the real near future. But at least the importations from Malaysia have started flowing again.
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