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GLM
Posted: June 23, 2011 07:58 am
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Thank you.
Yes about Coremiocnemis sp, usually sold as "sp Bukit fraser" or "sp Fraser hills". In my opinion she is a C. hoggi.

I am still seeking specimens of Selenotypus sp & Phlogius sp but they are hard to find.
Same about Lyrognathus species.


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sean
Posted: June 24, 2011 12:57 pm
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That is definitely a C Hoggi.Their habitat is just a few hours from my place because they are in my country biggrin.gif By the way,the C Hoggi,is it lowland type or highland type?I had one juvenile female but it died as she cannot tolerate the temperature.I guess she is the highland type.
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Michael Wesselmann
Posted: June 29, 2011 01:16 pm
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juvenile Coremiocnemis hoggi (female)
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Posted: June 30, 2011 02:29 pm
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QUOTE (sean @ June 24, 2011 12:57 pm)
That is definitely a C Hoggi.Their habitat is just a few hours from my place because they are in my country biggrin.gif By the way,the C Hoggi,is it lowland type or highland type?I had one juvenile female but it died as she cannot tolerate the temperature.I guess she is the highland type.

You are lucky to live there.
I don't know if she is from lowland or highland.


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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: July 03, 2011 01:35 pm
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QUOTE (sean @ June 24, 2011 12:57 pm)
That is definitely a C Hoggi.Their habitat is just a few hours from my place because they are in my country biggrin.gif By the way,the C Hoggi,is it lowland type or highland type?I had one juvenile female but it died as she cannot tolerate the temperature.I guess she is the highland type.

"Their habitat is just a few hours from my place because they are in my country biggrin.gif" - you are a lucky man biggrin.gif I had a one import mature female from Malaysia (I don´t know locality) but she´s die also a few months later :(.

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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: September 22, 2011 05:30 pm
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QUOTE (Michael Wesselmann @ June 29, 2011 01:16 pm)
juvenile Coremiocnemis hoggi (female)
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really beautiful lady Michael wink.gif

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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: September 22, 2011 07:34 pm
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Hi Everyone,

freshly molted no-mature female Selenocosmia arndsti;

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Andrew Reichmann
Posted: January 22, 2012 06:02 pm
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Hi All,

some new shoot;

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Orphnaecus sp. Marinduque, second inst.
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true Lyrognathus robustus, third inst.
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Coremiocnemis hoggi, second nymph
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Orphnaecus sp. Philippines, loc. II

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