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Old 10-07-2023, 06:28 PM
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Dusty- Contact Carlos Cahiz @ OFE International in Homestead, FL. He usually has some. I bought a really huge piece from him a couple of years ago specifically for my Epi. ciliare.
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I ended up ordering a single piece labeled 'large flat' from Pangea. It was by far less expensive than the other offerings. When I received the box it was huge! And the piece inside measured 12"x18" and was in beautiful shape. I am well pleased with this purchase. Thanks Dalachin for the suggestion.
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