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    A couple of group shots of most my my guys

    It was cleaning time today and it was pretty nice out, so I put everyone of my bigger Ball Pythons in a bin and took them out to my handy picture stump and got a couple of group shots Sorry that a couple of them have a little stuck shed, it has been really dry out and I tried to adjust the humidity in the tubs, but didn't get it quite right. So please forgive that


    The normal girls, man the variety of color in the 3 of them


    My Enchi boy and Spider boy


    And my normal Lana with my Enchi Boy Asher They were my first 2 that really got me into the Ball Pythons again.
    Last edited by Lana's_mom; 09-27-2012 at 03:51 PM.
    1.4 Normal Ball Pythons
    0.1 Pos Het Pied Ball Pythons
    1.0 Enchi Ball Python
    1.1 Spider Ball Python
    1.0 Mojave Ball Python
    1.0 Cinnamon Ball Python
    1.0 Pastel Ball Python
    1.0 Pinstripe Ball Python
    0.4 Rosy Boa
    1.1 Boa Constrictor
    0.1 Cali King Snake
    4.3 Dogs (Rubik - Lab/hound mix, Jesse - Terrier mix, Patches - Papillon, Dusty - Pit mix, Suki - Terrier mix, Gage - Dutch Shepherd, Scooter - Chi Mix)

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    I love your enchi!
    Balls
    0.1 Cinnamon, 0.1 Lesser Mojo (BEL) p/h hypo, 0.1 Lesser Fire Spider het hypo, 0.1 Hypo Fire, 0.1 Hypo, 0.1 Sugar Yellowbelly
    1.0 Normal, 1.0 Hypo Fire, 1.0 Fire Fire (BEL) het hypo

    Retics
    1.0 (31.25% SD/ 37.5% Dwarf) Lavender Albino p/h Anery
    0.1 (50% SD/ 25% Dwarf) Sunfire Tiger p/h Anery
    1.0 Mochino

    A diverse array of species of tarantulas, true spiders, roaches and other insects, AND... a freezer full of dead rodents

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    Thanks I am so excited to breed him next year. Since my only breedable size female just laid her clutch two and a half weeks ago, I figured she won't be ready to breed until the late spring again. And but then I hope the other 2 normals are up to size, it will be their 3rd winter with me, so here's hoping for some baby Enchi's next year!
    1.4 Normal Ball Pythons
    0.1 Pos Het Pied Ball Pythons
    1.0 Enchi Ball Python
    1.1 Spider Ball Python
    1.0 Mojave Ball Python
    1.0 Cinnamon Ball Python
    1.0 Pastel Ball Python
    1.0 Pinstripe Ball Python
    0.4 Rosy Boa
    1.1 Boa Constrictor
    0.1 Cali King Snake
    4.3 Dogs (Rubik - Lab/hound mix, Jesse - Terrier mix, Patches - Papillon, Dusty - Pit mix, Suki - Terrier mix, Gage - Dutch Shepherd, Scooter - Chi Mix)

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    Re: A couple of group shots of most my my guys

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike41793 View Post
    I love your enchi!
    This is exactly what I just thought haha.

    Great photos!
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    BPs are like pokemon. you tell yourself you're not going to get sucked in. but some how you just gotta catch'em all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lana's_mom View Post
    Thanks I am so excited to breed him next year. Since my only breedable size female just laid her clutch two and a half weeks ago, I figured she won't be ready to breed until the late spring again. And but then I hope the other 2 normals are up to size, it will be their 3rd winter with me, so here's hoping for some baby Enchi's next year!
    Nice, good luck. He's a very pretty boy, should make some nice babies for you.
    Balls
    0.1 Cinnamon, 0.1 Lesser Mojo (BEL) p/h hypo, 0.1 Lesser Fire Spider het hypo, 0.1 Hypo Fire, 0.1 Hypo, 0.1 Sugar Yellowbelly
    1.0 Normal, 1.0 Hypo Fire, 1.0 Fire Fire (BEL) het hypo

    Retics
    1.0 (31.25% SD/ 37.5% Dwarf) Lavender Albino p/h Anery
    0.1 (50% SD/ 25% Dwarf) Sunfire Tiger p/h Anery
    1.0 Mochino

    A diverse array of species of tarantulas, true spiders, roaches and other insects, AND... a freezer full of dead rodents

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    Quote Originally Posted by h00blah View Post
    This is exactly what I just thought haha.

    Great photos!
    Great minds think alike brah
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    0.1 Cinnamon, 0.1 Lesser Mojo (BEL) p/h hypo, 0.1 Lesser Fire Spider het hypo, 0.1 Hypo Fire, 0.1 Hypo, 0.1 Sugar Yellowbelly
    1.0 Normal, 1.0 Hypo Fire, 1.0 Fire Fire (BEL) het hypo

    Retics
    1.0 (31.25% SD/ 37.5% Dwarf) Lavender Albino p/h Anery
    0.1 (50% SD/ 25% Dwarf) Sunfire Tiger p/h Anery
    1.0 Mochino

    A diverse array of species of tarantulas, true spiders, roaches and other insects, AND... a freezer full of dead rodents

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