[Dtwg] terrapin models
roosenbu at ohio.edu
Fri Jun 22 07:39:43 EDT 2018
Are they hollow or are they solid?
Willem M Roosenburg
Center for Ecology and Evolutionary Studies
Department of Biological Sciences
247 Life Sciences Building
Athens, Ohio 45701
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From: Dtwg <dtwg-bounces at listserv.ohio.edu> On Behalf Of Russell L. Burke
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2018 10:29 AM
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Subject: [Dtwg] terrapin models
I have been working with Morgan Reptile Replicas to make accurate diamondback terrapin models. We are going to use them for some behavioral experiments, plus I want one just to have. Their work is really quite good and I encourage you to take a look at http://www.exhibitreplicas.com/html/finished_animal_replicas.html.
They have long stocked these models
MRR-91 6" Female Diamondback Terrapin $49 unfinished, $250 painted, $325 painted with base
MRR-24 5" Male Diamondback Terrapin $42 unfinished $260 painted, $325 painted with base.
Recently I commissioned them to make an adult female terrapin that is more representative of the larger size of Malaclemys t. terrapin, this is now done(see attached). This new model is considerably bigger than their 6” female and costs $90 unfinished.
I am going to buy 6 of these new models but they would like a total of 10 purchased to justify the special run. Wouldn’t some of you like one or more of these very cool models for your desk, or to give away to friends or volunteers?
If you want one, I will buy it from Morgan and send it to you for the $90 cost.
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