My Entire collection (dialup beware)

My Entire collection (dialup beware)

Postby gnarhimself » Sun Jan 06, 2008 10:15 am

Here's some pics from collection:
Striped-Motley Ghost
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Opal male
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Normal Unproven Male
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Normal Unproven Female (Mother of the eggs)
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Lavender Female(poss Hypo)
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Hypo Female (het Anery,het Bloodred)
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Ghost Motley Male
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Egg's (@ 56 days)
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Creamsicle Female
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Caramel Female (het Amel,Motley,poss Hypo)
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Butter Male
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Bloodred Male (Het Hypo)
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Amel Motley (Het Anery)
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Amel Male
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Postby Michelle » Sun Jan 06, 2008 10:50 am

Wow, that's quite a collection! They all look great. My favs are the lavender and the butter.
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Postby Bushbaby » Mon Jan 07, 2008 9:57 am

Some nice corns you got there. Any news on the eggs??

I've got 11 beautiful hatchling cornsnakes at home. They started hatching at 11 on Christmas eve, and then onto Christmas day. Wonder if I should advertise them as Christmas corns. lol
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Postby DevenK » Mon Jan 07, 2008 10:06 am

Nice corns there, love them :)
0.2 Corn Snake
0.1 Ball Python
0.0.1 Leopard Gecko
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Postby kentbra » Mon Jan 07, 2008 10:22 am

Nice collection of corns you have.
I breed corns a couple of years ago and it is really fun.
Now I have to much animals and need to cut down.
Here is what I keep at the moment
M F Scientific name Common name
1, 1 Morelia Bredli Bredli´s Python
0, 1 Antharesia childreni Children´s Python
1, 1 Python timorensis Timor Python
1, 2 Boa constrictor constrictor Redtailed Boa
0, 2 Liasis mackloti Water Python
1, 2 Oreocryptophis p. vaillanti Vietnamese Red Bambo Ratsnake
2, 4 Oreocryptophis p.coxi Thailand Red Bambo Ratsnake
4, 4 Oreocryptophis p. laticinctus Malayan Red Bambo Ratsnake
1, 2 Lampropeltis getulus nigritus Black Kingsnake
1, 3 Lampropeltis p pyromelana Mountain Kingsnake
1, 0 Lampropeltis mexicana.mexicana Mexican Kingsnake
1, 2 Lampropeltis mexicana alterna Altherna Kingsnake
1, 2 Lampropeltis Getulus California (Albino) California Kingsnake
1, 2 Lampropeltis Getulus California (Banana) California Kingsnake
2, 2 Lampropeltis Triangulum Sinaloae Sinaloe Milksnake
2, 3 Gonisoma oxycephala Redtailed Green Racer
1, 1 Pantherophis bairdi Bairdi´s Ratsnake
1, 1 Lamprohis capensis (Giant) Giant House Snake
2 5 Philothamnus Battersbyi Battersbui Green Bush Snake
2,, 5 Philothamnus macrops Usambara Green Snake
2, 5 Philothamnus punctatus Speckled Green Snake
2, 5 Philothamnus semivariegatus Spotted Green Snake
3, 4 Mehelya capensis File snake
2, 2 Telescopus semiannulatus Tiger snake
3, 6 Lycophidion uzungwense Red snouted wolf snakes
5, 10 Lygodactylus williamsi Turquoise Dwarf Gecko
3, 6 Lygodactylus fisheri Fisher´s Dwarf Gecko
2, 4 Gastropholis prasina Green Keel-bellied Lizard
4, 8 Rhampholeon viridis Green Pygme Chameleon
2, 4 Rhampholeon spinossus Rosette nose Pygme Chameleon
4, 8 Rhampholeon moyeri Moyeri´s Pygme Chameleon
2, 4 Rhampholeon acuminatus Pygme Chameleon
2, 4 Platysaurus broadleyi Broadley´s Flat Lizard
3, 6 Pachydactylus tigrinus Tiger Gecko
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Postby steve » Mon Jan 07, 2008 10:35 am

wow kentbra thats a hefty hand full of animals...do you maitain your collection by yourself?
vipers?
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Postby kentbra » Mon Jan 07, 2008 10:58 am

Yepp, all these are domnstairs and I care for them together with my wife.
I also has a lot of other reptiles that are placed at friends for breeding. Mostly lizards and Chameleons.
So I hope that it will ba alot of babies this year.
It is a full tima work, lucky for me both my wife and I are ritered. So we have the time.

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Postby Trayton » Mon Jan 07, 2008 10:39 pm

What about when you go away to your island paradise?
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Postby kentbra » Mon Jan 07, 2008 11:20 pm

No problem with any holidays. Both my sisters live in the same village as me and they help me out.
Most of the snakes are in hibernation right now. So taking a trip means that my sisters only has to look after my lizzards.
I have sprinklers for rain, that works automatic. So it is mostly feeding.

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Postby gnarhimself » Tue Jan 08, 2008 6:45 am

Bushbaby wrote:Some nice corns you got there. Any news on the eggs??

I've got 11 beautiful hatchling cornsnakes at home. They started hatching at 11 on Christmas eve, and then onto Christmas day. Wonder if I should advertise them as Christmas corns. lol


Hi there BB,thanks for the comments,nothing new on the eggs yet,yesterday was exacly 9 weeks,so i'm sure they will hatch soon.
Congrats again on the pippes,thats sooooo cool ! :-)
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Postby Irock » Tue Jan 08, 2008 1:34 pm

Looking very good Bryan!!!!
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1.0 Normal 1.0 Anery Motley 1.0 Butter 0.1 Ghost Motley 1.1 Reverse Okeetee 0.1 Caramel het hypo 0.1 Ultramel het caramel 1.0 Hi Red Blood 0.1 Amel hurricane motley het caramel 0.1 Amel stripe Poss. het anery ?.? Lavender
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Postby gnarhimself » Fri Jan 11, 2008 6:59 am

Irock wrote:Looking very good Bryan!!!!


Thank's Meg,still just gotta add a few more photo's,of my snow,ghost blood and 2 Bloods het for,Hypo,and Charcoal
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Postby Gary » Fri Jan 11, 2008 3:47 pm

Hey Bryan any of those eggs hatched yet????? You have not thought of slitting any yet just to check if they are ok!
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Postby gnarhimself » Fri Jan 11, 2008 4:05 pm

Gary wrote:Hey Bryan any of those eggs hatched yet????? You have not thought of slitting any yet just to check if they are ok!


Hey Gary,Nah on the egg's man,still nothing,its ok,as today its only about the 66th day,so i'm not too worries about them just yet,the eggs are still looking good,so i'll be patient for a while longer :-)
You'll be one of the 1st to know when they hatch buddy :-)
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Postby gnarhimself » Fri Jan 25, 2008 6:46 am

Gary wrote:Hey Bryan any of those eggs hatched yet????? You have not thought of slitting any yet just to check if they are ok!


Hey man, the one is out so far,the others' have all dimpled in extreme,so they should be out within the next day. :-)
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