Red BHPs....

Red BHPs....

Postby Derek Roddy » Fri Dec 18, 2009 5:58 pm

These guys are just as red as they can be.....

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They are growing great. Can't wait to see em' at 6 feet!
Love them red BHPs.

Anybody know....how the young ones hatched there..... are doing?

Cheers,
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Re: Red BHPs....

Postby Mitton » Fri Dec 18, 2009 7:19 pm

Looks great, I'm sure there will be some of these Pythons in my collection one day.
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Re: Red BHPs....

Postby Bushviper » Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:47 pm

Damn. That is pretty red. I think they will be stunners when they are adults. Do you know which locality produces these colours?
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Re: Red BHPs....

Postby JPWittstock » Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:10 pm

Anybody know....how the young ones hatched there..... are doing?

Hey Derek,

The ones bred here are doing well , I had the pleasure of watching the last one shed today and they are fiesty as can be.

I will get some pics to upload shortly

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Re: Red BHPs....

Postby Derek Roddy » Sat Dec 19, 2009 3:14 am

Bushviper wrote:Damn. That is pretty red. I think they will be stunners when they are adults. Do you know which locality produces these colours?


Cheers Man...

I don't know locality of these colors. It's funny....... as soon as you think you have a locale "look" figured out....you see another animal from somewhere else, that looks the same.
I haven't seen enough of the BHPs in the wild to be able to narrow it down that far.....nor Have I seen enough of the vast area in which they occur.
I know that the north and north eastern animals can have a lot of the reds...but, then again, I've seen pictures of animals out in the west (non Pilbara) that were red as well.
Who knows!?! :lol:

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Re: Red BHPs....

Postby Derek Roddy » Sat Dec 19, 2009 3:15 am

Mitton wrote:Looks great, I'm sure there will be some of these Pythons in my collection one day.


Yeah, well....you guys now have more on the ground. That's a great start.
You'll have em'. You'll NEED em'...haha.

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Re: Red BHPs....

Postby Derek Roddy » Sat Dec 19, 2009 3:16 am

JPWittstock wrote:Hey Derek,

The ones bred here are doing well , I had the pleasure of watching the last one shed today and they are fiesty as can be.

I will get some pics to upload shortly

JP


Awesome.....that's great to hear.
Yeah, keep us posted on those guys.

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