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Posted by greg on 3/12/2006, 12:06 pm

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I'm happy to be the first to offer these great little feeders I'm only shipping out 1/2 to full grown animals so you'll know that you have the real deal. Limited quantities right now but I've got 1000's growing out.I currently have 10 lots available with more ready in August. Price is reasonable at $15 for 10 shipped. Sorry only US sales. I'll try to post some pictures as soon as I can borrow a camera.

Thanks Greg B.

greggreggregb@yahoo.com

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Posted by Greg on 3/13/2006, 5:40 pm, in reply to "Re: Blue Woodlice!!"

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Hi Paul,

I don't think that the color is the result of the iridovirus as I selectively bred for it and didn't have any individuls showing the color until the f2 generation. So it seems a simple recessive phenotype. They are an electric blue like the blue crayfish and lobsters. I keep them in close proximity to my other isopods and haven't seen the color pop up in my other groups.

In any case I'm down to my last 10 so get them quick!

Thanks

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Posted by Jack on 3/22/2006, 5:22 am, in reply to "Re: Blue Woodlice!!"

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Hi,

Do you have any pics of your blue woodlice? Does anyone have blue hissers? I saw an albino blue color lobsters on TV. Please let me know.

Thank you

Jack

jackalope987@aol.com

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Posted by Jessica on 10/2/2006, 11:45 pm, in reply to "Re: Blue Woodlice!!"

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we are currently doing a genetics project for 3rd year at uni on woodlice, aka slatters, and have come across one blue one. how are u breeding for them? we are getting a few bright orange ones to

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