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    *DUW* More mirror images = new thread; balls, retics, morelia, and more

    Well guys, I'm heading to South America in 3 days to spend time herping in the amazon and andes foothills (Mindo). I'll have a full report on the field herping section when I get back with a ton of hopefully amazing images! Practicing my multiple strobe setup, I got the snakes back out and made them pose for me while I played paparazzi. There torture, is your gain to see their beauty.


    Western Hognose, Female Sub-adult normal no het, just a pretty girl


    Genetic Stripe 66% het purple phase albino, female Dwarf Reticulatd python (just out of blue so she's not booming)


    Erased the background with photoshop, added shadow, Anery Super Dwarf (pure) Male, Reticulated Python


    Jampea Goldenchild het albino Reticulated Python


    Now I started getting sloppy in post so bare with me, I was tired! Pure Irian Jaya, het for Granite, German / wild caught pedigree. Best looking IJ on the planet IMO


    And what people love - IJ Jag intergrades. This girl will be bred to my male Chondro this coming winter. 75% IJ, 25% Coastal

    And now lets look at a couple balls . . .


    Adult Male, Pastel Genetic Stripe by Royal Constrictor Designs


    Albino Ball, adult male. Nick Mutton Produced this one


    Young Adult Female Bee, she's on live so her growth is slow, but steady and that's ok.


    And young adult, late 2012 male, Champagne, 66% het mimosa Ball

    OK, that's a lot to sort through and took a good bit of effort to get together. See my other post for other snakes in my collection. Hope you guys enjoy, feel free to ask questions and I'll answer when I can.

    Cheers
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    Retics are my passion. Just ask.

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    "...That which we do not understand, we fear. That which we fear, we destroy. Thus eliminating the fear" ~Explains every killed snake"

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    *DUW* More mirror images = new thread; balls, retics, morelia, and more

    Sweet pics, as always!

    Who gets the lucky job of tending to the critters while you're away? (Or will you not be gone for that long?)
    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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    I'll be gone 10 days, parents are going to come check on t-stats and waters daily. But everything has large crock bowls that will be secured and full when I leave. Morelia viridis will get misted two - three times while i'm away, but the retics will have to wait if they decide to destroy everything in their cage while I'm out. Won't be the first time, won't be the last!
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    "...That which we do not understand, we fear. That which we fear, we destroy. Thus eliminating the fear" ~Explains every killed snake"

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    Awesome mirror photos, gave me some inspiration. Guess what I`m doing tonight then
    6.11.0 Python Regius (Ball/Royal Python)

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    1.0 Pure Bred Alaskan Malamute Puppy (Cody)
    1.1 Crested Geckos (PLENTY more to come)
    0.1 Arg Black & White Tegu
    To Many Dam BP's and Breeder Rats

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