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Looking For An Adult Male Grandis

Posted: Mon Feb 16, 2004 2:47 pm
by a forum member
Hello Friends,

Can someone please point me to where I can possibly purchase an Adult male heosemys grandis? Sadly I lost Leaf of the Party last year. I've been searching for another mate for Leaf Me Alone. If you can suggest where I can possibly purchase an adult male for my adult female. I'd be forever grateful. Thank You ALL In Advance.

Your Friend,

Martha
Williamsburg, Virginia * USA *

Looking For An Adult Male Grandis

Posted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 2:21 am
by a forum member
Hello Marnix,

Sadly the 2 mated but never produced any eggs from their pairing. Just went through the motions. That was about it. :(

I have another link that I'll try to get a mate for Leaf Me Alone. It deals with the Asian Turtle Crisis. The organization maybe able to help me. At least I hope so. Thanks for your suggestions. Really do appreciate them.

I will try the turtle and tortoise preservation organization. It wouldn't hurt... right? Thanks again!!!

I'll keep the list informed if I find someone for my lonely girl.

Your Friend,

Martha

Looking For An Adult Male Grandis

Posted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 2:33 am
by a forum member
I just wrote to Russ Gurley from the Turtle and Tortoise Preservation Group. Hopefully I'll hear something in the near future. Wish me luck! Thanks Again.

Your Friend,

Martha

Looking For An Adult Male Grandis

Posted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 11:28 am
by a forum member
Martha,

I may be able to help. I know of a male grandis that may need to be re-homed. I'll look into it and let you know.

Steve

Digest Number 39

Posted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 1:27 pm
by a forum member
I have a Gaint Asian Pond turtle Which is a heosemys Grandis I don't now if that is what you wont. we think it is a he but at first we thought it was a girl. Please respond asap & let me know if this is what your looking for. Thank you.

Looking For An Adult Male Grandis

Posted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 4:19 pm
by a forum member
Ok, thanks Steve. I really would appreciate it. So would Leaf Me Alone. We both miss Leaf of the Party very very much. He was such a dear and special turtle to me. Thanks again.

Your Friend,

Martha

Digest Number 39

Posted: Tue Feb 17, 2004 4:23 pm
by a forum member
It's exactly what I'm looking for. An adult MALE Giant Asian Pond Turtle/heosemys Grandis. I've been searching high and low for a mate for Leaf Me Alone. She and I would be extremely grateful. She's my pride and joy. I would love to make her happy again. Thanks for writing. Talk with you soon.

Your Friend,

Martha
Williamsburg, VA * USA *

-- linda hinkle wrote:
I have a Gaint Asian Pond turtle Which is a heosemys Grandis I
don't now if that is what you wont. we think it is a he but at first
we thought it was a girl. Please respond asap & let me know if this
is what your looking for. Thank you.

Looking For An Adult Male Grandis

Posted: Tue Feb 24, 2004 2:55 am
by a forum member
Martha
i know where you can get hatchlings/yearlings but not adults. i just gave away my female to a breeder. Never had a male.

-rob

Looking For An Adult Male Grandis

Posted: Thu Feb 26, 2004 12:59 am
by a forum member
Hey Rob :)

Can you give me the information regarding even yearlings :) I'm still interested in a yearling if necessary. If you happen upon an adult male that's looking for a mate. Please keep me in mind will you? Thanks dear friend.

Your Friend,

Martha
Mother to, Leaf Me Alone, Adult Female Giant Asian Pond Turtle

Looking For An Adult Male Grandis

Posted: Sun Feb 29, 2004 11:41 am
by a forum member
Hello Steve :)

Wade wrote to me. I answered him tonight. Hopefully, we can get together sometime in the near future. Considering that we both live in Virginia. Thanks for the help my friend. We'll keep you posted on any hatchlings alright? Thanks again.

Your Friend,

Martha

Looking For An Adult Male Grandis

Posted: Sun Feb 29, 2004 5:00 pm
by a forum member
Your welcome. This will be good for you, Wade, the turtle and me as well, since I do not feel pressured to take a turtle that I want but cannot house. This turtle actually had been mine at one time but I could not bring some of my collection with me when I moved to FL. At the time, we thought he was a C. dentata but he sure looks like a grandis now. Definitely keep me posted about hatchlings.

Steve