- Jan 19, 2014
That page is a little messy at first, but it is possible to get it in English. Here you go: http://www.terraristik.com/tb/list_classifieds_int.phpOhh noooo. It's a foreign site and I can't understand German.
I will need to wait until I'm home from work and can translate on a browser instead of my phone.
For now I guess its back to staring at photos of pretty Ts
I couldn't agree more my man. Yes, rare, is rare. But rare doesn't necessary means striking appearance or else. Now, aside from personal taste, which I respect, tell me if a C.sanderi, with that "plug" instead of the horn, isn't better than that? Or a "normal", cheap and available C.marshalli, like you said?Almost looks like a marshalli without the horn...ie, not as cool looking as marshalli IMO.
You are right but still they aren't so easy to get, in general, like a genus Ceratogyrus would. Sure, at Marbach (Germany) fair you will find those, but not so often offered online, sadly :-(I think it's easier to get Harpactira in Europe than it is here in the States. Ours all come from imports from Europe, lol... Stamps over here recently brought in cafreriana, and I'm pretty sure his source is European. I've never seen the other available.