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    please post your bumblebee pics (baby & adult)

    i'm trying to get an idea of what a really nice bumblebee should look like.
    if you can post pics of yours as a baby and then another of it as an adult that'd be great.
    also, what does a bumblebee look like if it's got thin bands and no aliens? cuz i dont recall ever seeing any aliens on a bumblebee or anything in the spider family for that matter.
    i've been told that the reduced pattern bumblebees seem to be most desirable in today's market...do ya'll find this to be so?
    please tell me, what is YOUR preference & why?

    my current collection
    1.2 kiddos
    1.0 better half
    0.1 mojave ball python (Nyx)
    0.1 Dumerils Boa (Hemera)
    1.0 Eastern Box turtle
    3.4.? rats (? = litter coming any day now)
    0.1 dutch rabbit (Lucy)

    my "future hopefuls"
    0.0.1 pied cockatiel 0.0.1 white bellied caique 0.0.2 guinea pigs

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    Re: please post your bumblebee pics (baby & adult)

    Last edited by dr del ❤️; 04-24-2011 at 01:32 PM. Reason: Grrrrrrrrr!!!!::::: trying to fix the pic for you.
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    wish i knew how to post pics. my be is locked with a het pied girl right now.

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    Re: please post your bumblebee pics (baby & adult)

    Hi,

    Well the first thing is to get them hosted somewhere online.

    You can put them in your gallery here - this tutorial is a bit old but the basic procedure is the same I think.

    And here is another one in video form that might also help.

    You can also use a site like http://photobucket.com/

    They should also have tutorials to help you.

    If you still have trouble just ask any member of staff and we will do our best to get you sorted.


    dr del
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    7 adult Royals (2.5), 1.0 COS Pastel, 1.0 Enchi, 1.1 Lesser platty Royal python, 1.1 Black pastel Royal python, 0.1 Blue eyed leucistic ( Super lesser), 0.1 Piebald Royal python, 1.0 Sinaloan milk snake 1.0 crested gecko and 1 bad case of ETS. no wife, no surprise.

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    Just shot this today after shed and empyting

    Regards,

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    when i first got him i think he was around 125-150 grams




    locked up with normal...around 800 grams there.


    locked up with blonde pastel...hes around 800 grams there.
    1.1 killer bee
    0.1 lesser
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    0.1 genetic stripe
    0.1 mojave
    0.2 normal
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    1.0 sugar
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    1.3 woma pythons
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    1.1 hypo tangerine vanishing pattern Honduran milk snakes

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    daveadk, your snake held great color! I hope my boy continues to keep his as he ages. Very nice looking bee!

    Regards,

    B

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    Here is a 2010, a 2009, and a 2008.


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    Baby (well 500 grams)


    and as an adult
    When you've got 10,000 people trying to do the same thing, why would you want to be number 10,001? ~ Mark Cuban
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