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Old 02-15-2012, 10:14 AM   #11
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10 dollars for 2 heads of frogspawn from the LFS? Since they are paying 30-40 dollars per colony, I wonder how they are paying their rent.
That colony you have there is worth 200 if it's worth a penny. I would buy it if you were closer!
It's a branching frogspawn- it's easy to frag. you just break pieces off. You can use clippers or wire cutters and just make sure you don't cut too close to the actual flesh. Cut at where the branches meet the base.

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