My best Find of 2018

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Lloyd Heilbrunn
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My best Find of 2018

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I don't expect to top it for the rest of the year, either. I don't post here much anymore, so some of you may have already seen it on Facebook.

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John Martin
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:shock: :shock: About how long was that beaut Lloyd?

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BillMcGighan
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Very cool, Lloyd.

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Crazy beautiful. Just absolutely stunning.

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RenoBart
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Wow! Palm Beach really does have some spectacular invasives! ;)

Lloyd Heilbrunn
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John Martin wrote::shock: :shock: About how long was that beaut Lloyd?
About 4 1/2 feet.

Thanks for the other comments.

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regalringneck
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Re: My best Find of 2018 ... wow ... red headed indigloe

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... holy smokes, glad one of my underlings sent me to this thread .... the thread title just doesnt convey the content, this should be a 1000 "hit" thread!
Whhooeee what an unusual beauty, tho i must confess, i still prefer the redthroats, if the ratios were reversed.

May iitoi see that it lives long & procreates often!

Thnx for putting it up (& any others you might find on that chip) : } rxr

Lloyd Heilbrunn
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Re: My best Find of 2018 ... wow ... red headed indigloe

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regalringneck wrote:... holy smokes, glad one of my underlings sent me to this thread .... the thread title just doesnt convey the content, this should be a 1000 "hit" thread!
Whhooeee what an unusual beauty, tho i must confess, i still prefer the redthroats, if the ratios were reversed.

May iitoi see that it lives long & procreates often!

Thnx for putting it up (& any others you might find on that chip) : } rxr

Thanks, I tried to edit the title, but could not figure out how.

I think the chin was completely red too. Here is another closeup which shows more chin.
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