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    Getting back into it with some Lampropeltis

    I haven't been keeping many snakes over the last couple of years...started getting back into it and the collection kinda exploded. Here are a few pickups from the last couple months. Just thought I would share.





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    Re: Getting back into it with some Lampropeltis

    Gorgeous kings Daniel. I really dig that GBK.

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    This is my first go with GBKs. I have kept over 30 different species of reptiles over the years....but never had GBKs.

    I saw a few in person and my interest was sparked.....then I ended up getting a 1.2 group of W. Langtry locale yearlings.

    They have definitely been awesome kingsnakes so far.
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    My last name is Hill. Where did you get your mountain king?

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    That knoblochi came from Jonel Lopez of Selective Propagations. He produces great snakes and is top notch.

    Here is one of the females that I picked up from him at the same time:



    Where you from with the Hill surname? Most my Hill family comes from Moundsville, WV area lineage.
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    Re: Getting back into it with some Lampropeltis

    My dad is from West Virginia incidentally not really sure because I was born in the Warren area.

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