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Looks like my order for the Alabama jumpers (gracilis species) got knocked off the list due to high demands, and not enough supply. So desperately looking for jumpers to breed with my orange-saddle worms to experiment with the cross influence of coelumic fluid between the species, and increase the potency of the scent.
Allen, David, you two know what I'm talking about. Want to help me in harvesting for the experimentation on your down time? I will compensate you.
I'm reaching my end, and attempting to contact the Sopchoppy bait sellers to obtain their worms (Diplocardia mississippiensis) harvested from the Apalachicola National Forest for experimentation. Same size, dimension, and hardiness, but different species from subtropic region for experimentation.
Arrggg..worms..worms..looking for worms..
LOL!! Nah, my worms can't come close to the pinky of that thing. That is one perfect worm for catching sharks and monsters from the trenches.
ROFL. We have all four movies on DVD.
I'll give it a try. No promises, though.
No need for promises. I'm just glad you may take up the challenge.
I get what you want but I have no way to now that the species you seek are the ones around here.
They are just big old leaf worms to me!
Violent twerking in an S-shape/slithering pattern. Here's an example when being handled:
Anyone can help, and is much appreciated, along with compensation. I want to get at least 500 to bred, and 1,000 when possible to really expand this experiment to 4 bins/piles.
GRABOIDS YOU CRACK ME UP LEO , ONE OF MY FAVORITE MOVIES........
I'm still cracking up about the "violent twerking" comment......
Frankenworms?Definetly worth the experiment,would love to try them.......
Found a supplier of the Alabama jumpers in Texas. Asked him about the species. He's uncertain of the species. Must be a new rancher to the jumpers.
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