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    BPnet Veteran S.I.R.'s Avatar
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    My G Stripe Male

    I was cleaning in the reptile building tonight when I got out one of my favorite BPs. He is a 2500 gram G Stripe. I can't wait to breed him in a few weeks. Let me know what you think



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    Pretty boy! Is this his first year breeding?

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    Re: My G Stripe Male

    Definitely not his first year. He is breeding powerhouse! I really love his reduced pattern. He was my first personal BP that I purchased and kinda gets worked with more than the others. He is a big baby and hoping to make several baby G stripes this winter with the new het G stripe girl I picked up from Justin Kobylka.

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    Big boy lol! Nice snake.
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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
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    A diverse array of species of tarantulas, true spiders, roaches and other insects, AND... a freezer full of dead rodents

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    Big boy looks good!
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    That first picture of him is incredible. He looks like he's made of gold.

    Super nice boy you have, I'd be proud of him too.

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