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Liquifin

Augacephalus ezendami

My oldest female named Queen, the oldest T. in my collection. She's getting a little slow but now she's out almost all the time now. I still cannot find another MM for this species. But i'm glad she's out of her own free will in this picture. No baiting her out for this photo.

Augacephalus ezendami
Liquifin, Nov 4, 2019
    • Petross
      Very beautiful species, i hope i get them on next fair.
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    • Vanessa
      Gorgeous, underrated, species. She is absolutely lovely.
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    • FrDoc
      Another example of my (albeit subjective) theory that the absolutely coolest specimens in this hobby are the most common, inexpensive, and given the “meh” by the truly uninitiated.
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    • Liquifin
      @FrDoc Common? More towards uncommon/harder to find now. I can't even scout out a MM of this species. A highly undervalued and underrated species, but I cannot find a male for my two ladies.
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    Augacephalus
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    Liquifin
    Date:
    Nov 4, 2019
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