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Old Tuesday 7th November 2017, 13:08   #1
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Madagascar - part 2

Four more, please.
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Possibly Calumma guillaumetti for 3?


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Have you got the book? If not, I'll give it a go from that when I get a little time, with the caveat that I have no other experience or knowledge from that part of Madagascar.
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Have you got the book? If not, I'll give it a go from that when I get a little time, with the caveat that I have no other experience or knowledge from that part of Madagascar.
I don't have a proper guide to amphibians and reptiles - just a bird guide and a general wildlife guide, which doesn't do the job.
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Have you got the book? If not, I'll give it a go from that when I get a little time, with the caveat that I have no other experience or knowledge from that part of Madagascar.
I have the book, found it of little help.



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Thanks for your comment, which was the only one I received from my two posts. Looks like I will have to try a dedicated Herps site!
Herps are tough, especially Frogs, many of which require in hand examination.


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