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    Antaresia Complex Thread (pics welcome)

    This thread is dedicated to Spotted, Children, Stimson, and Anthill Python's! Australia's smallest python's! Feel free to post pictures of your animals, and converse about these awesome snakes that don't get near enough attention in the US. I will post all the morphs of each species that I know of, those guys in Oz are pretty secretive.

    I'll start off by posting a few Spotted Python morphs

    Blue Eyed Lucy Spotted Python


    Platinum Spotted Python


    A weird pigmentation thing going on with this Platinum Spotted.
    Last edited by Austin C.; 09-26-2012 at 02:53 AM.
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    Albino Spotted


    Now for some Children's Python morphs.

    T+ Albino and het T+ Albino


    T+ Albino


    Ghost, T+ Albino, Ghost T+ Albino




    Marble Children's Python






    Patternless, T+ Albino, Marble Children's

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    Ghost Children's Python




    A few more Spotted Python Morphs I forgot to add up top.

    Blonde Spotted's which I work with currently are a locale not a morph.





    Granite Spotted


    Patternless Spotted [super form of granite gene]

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    Images: 6
    Great thread so far, all the stimmi pics are locality not morph. All pics from Snake ranch and Southern cross reptiles.

    Wheatbelt stimsons python
    [IMG][/IMG]

    Sandfire stimmi
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    Pilbara stimmi
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    North south australia stimmi
    [IMG][/IMG]

    Macdonnell ranges stimmi
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    Another macdonnell range stimmi
    [IMG][/IMG]

    Gulf of carpentaria stimmi
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    Georgetown stimmi
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    Broome stimmi
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    Albino spotted hatchy
    [IMG][/IMG]

    Pygmy python (anthill python)
    [IMG][/IMG]
    Last edited by Albino93; 09-26-2012 at 04:22 AM.
    Current wishlist- 4 Albino darwin carpets, 1 Paradox albino darwin, 1 Hypo bredli, 1 Rough scaled python, 1 Jungle jag, 1 Sand monitor, 1 Heath monitor, 1 Lace monitor.

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    Great post! Those Wheatbelt Stimmi's and North and South Australian Stimmi's catch my eye the most, the others are ripper's still. They remind me of mini Bredli's Python's
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    Angry

    I really like the wheatbelt and windorah stimsons, and yeh they do kinda look like little bredli's, especially the pinstripe ones.
    Heres a few more pics

    Windorah stimmi
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    Another windorah
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    Sunburst stimmi
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    Pinstripe stimmi
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    Striped blonde mac
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    Elcho island childreni (they can get much darker then this one)
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    Pearl pygmy next to a normal (i think the pearls were produce in Europe, not sure tho)
    [IMG][/IMG]

    more photos to come.
    Great photos by the way Austin C.
    Current wishlist- 4 Albino darwin carpets, 1 Paradox albino darwin, 1 Hypo bredli, 1 Rough scaled python, 1 Jungle jag, 1 Sand monitor, 1 Heath monitor, 1 Lace monitor.

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    I accidently deleted one of the photos from my previous post so ill post it again

    Pilbara stimmi
    [IMG][/IMG]
    Current wishlist- 4 Albino darwin carpets, 1 Paradox albino darwin, 1 Hypo bredli, 1 Rough scaled python, 1 Jungle jag, 1 Sand monitor, 1 Heath monitor, 1 Lace monitor.

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    Wrong pic ^^ man i wish they didnt look so similar, it gets confusing :/
    heres the right pilbara lol How do i manually delete pics without deleting pics from photobucket?
    [IMG][/IMG]
    Current wishlist- 4 Albino darwin carpets, 1 Paradox albino darwin, 1 Hypo bredli, 1 Rough scaled python, 1 Jungle jag, 1 Sand monitor, 1 Heath monitor, 1 Lace monitor.

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    LOL I know! some of the Stimmi's look so similar! you really have to know what your looking for in each locale to identify them. I have a hard time still.

    Any way's here are my pair of blondes so we have some photo's of baby Blonde Macs.

    Male Blonde Mac





    Female Blonde Mac


    I need to get more shots of her when she sheds today or tomorrow.

    Oh and I totally forgot to add the weird Blonde my good friend Derek Roddy hatched out. We still haven't figured out what's going on with it yet?? Have you seen anything like it? Oh and my pair of Blondes came from the same clutch this special girl hatched out of, so I may have a shot at producing one of these myself. We will see what happens as she grows and is bred back to the dad.



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    Come on people! gotta be more interest in these snakes! Chime in and chat
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