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    BPnet Veteran jclaiborne's Avatar
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    My Collection is in my Signature, don't have any pictures on my work computer at the moment:

    -Tegu

    -2 IJ BTS

    -5 Dart Frogs

    -Beardie

    -Childrens Python
    SNAKES
    1.0 Childrens Python
    LIZARDS
    0.1 B&W Tegu, 1.0 Bearded Dragon, 1.1 IJ Blue Tongue Skinks
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    0.0.5 Dendrobates tinctorius 'Citronella'
    DOGS
    1.0 German Sherherd (Timber), 1.0 Wolf/Shepherd (Sabre), 1.0 Chihuahua (Taz), 0.1 Chihuahua (Penny), 0.1 Pitbull (Luna)

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    I like what I see so far. The diversity is very interesting.

    Here is the "gateway snake" she was a present for our son. She's a normal from a local pet store. She's over 5 years old and doing very well.





    Stretched out. Her name is Hunter.


    She is closing in on 4.5 feet long and is quite lean. She is VERY picky about eating. She'll live forever!


    This was MY first snake. After getting my son his gift, I was instantly hooked.

    As far as having something special is concerned, this guy takes the cake. He was produced by none other than Gus Rentfro. Gus is a world authority on boa constrictors and produced some of the finest locality animals on the planet. I bought this one from Legacy Reptiles they were considering keeping him as a breeder male but I got very lucky.

    Male, Barranquilla, Colombian boa constrictor. Sniper is his name.






    Sniper is over 4 years old and closing in on 7 feet long.



    This was #3. I bought this one at a local expo. This is Jewel. She is a coastal carpet cross. Her mum is about 10 feet long. Her dad is around 8 feet long.

    She is a very entertaining animal and is very close to 7 feet long or possibly a bit over that. She is a fussy eater but she still grows.








    And last but not least, this is Wallace. He is a SD X Dwarf Tiger reticulated python. He's 5 months, one week old.

    He just had a photo shoot today in another thread. Wallace is 3 feet long.



    He's a looker and the only snake we have here without a head pattern.


    He's hard to photo stretched out.


    I really enjoy this guy.



    Great thread and I hope more folks add to it. There so many people who have unique collections. They are worth seeing IMO.
    Last edited by Gio; 11-07-2016 at 04:18 PM.

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    Re: So what's in your snake ~ reptile collection ?? Here's mine to start things of

    Everything is listed in my sig I think but here's pics

    Pierre, king of the reptile room who I got in 2004



    My ball python, got him in 2006 and started it all snakewise


    Branched out to a hognose finally in 2012 - so vicious lol


    Got hooked on the short tail pythons




    Couldn't resist a couple select boa either



    Holding this guy for a friend too
    2.0 Python brongersmai
    1.1 Python breitensteini
    1.0 Python curtus
    1.0 Python regius
    1.0 Acrantophis dumerili
    1.0 Boa constrictor
    1.0 green iguana
    0.1 Heterodon nasiscus nasiscus

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    Gio, I just love seeing your animals and photos!

    Other Species
    0.1 Tanimbar Scrub Python "Pixie",
    0.1 Northern Pine Snake "Genesis"
    0.1 Dumeril's Boa "Vigil",
    0.1 2007 Aru Green Tree Python "Gem"
    1.0 Eastern Indigo "Drogon", 1.0 Blood Python "Magma"
    Ball Pythons
    0.1 Sterling "Drizzle", 1.0 Lesser Butter "Yukon"
    past: 0.4 Ball pythons, 1.0 Russian Rat Snake



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    Re: So what's in your snake ~ reptile collection ?? Here's mine to start things of

    Postal,,,,, I just love that Suri!

    Nice collection all around though!

    Red Shep,,,,

    I loved your photos and thought you did a nice job with the backgrounds. Some very soft touches to the images.

    Good photo shoot IMO!
    Last edited by Gio; 11-07-2016 at 06:04 PM.

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    Re: So what's in your snake ~ reptile collection ?? Here's mine to start things of

    Going Postal- that black short tail is such a show stopper! And Pierre...what a cutie


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    Only three

    I only have three at this time. Happy the BP is the oldest - i got him as a hatchling around 1993 or so.


    [IMG][/IMG]

    Then Wisdom the SD tiger (here in a knot because he has been twitchy hence confined to quarters)

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    Then Maiden the shy one

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    Re: So what's in your snake ~ reptile collection ?? Here's mine to start things of

    Quote Originally Posted by GoingPostal View Post
    Loving these two! Those are the breits, right?
    Last edited by CloudtheBoa; 11-08-2016 at 01:34 AM.
    3.3 Boa imperator ('15 sunglow "Nymeria," '11 wild-type "Cloud," '15 ghost "Tirel," '16 anery motley "Crona," '10 ghost "Howl," '08 junge "Dominika")
    0.0.1 ball python ('06 "Bud")
    2.0 garter snake ('13 albino checkered "Draco," '13 wild-type eastern "Demigod")
    1.0 Brazilian rainbow boa ('14 normal "Sanji")
    0.1 reticulated python ('14 "Riverrun")

    ~RIP~
    1.2 Brazilian rainbow boa ('15 Picasso stripe BRBs "Guin" and "Morzan, and '15 hypo "Homura")

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    Re: So what's in your snake ~ reptile collection ?? Here's mine to start things of

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    Hot diggity dog!


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    A shy, yet full of attitude, 18 year old... OOPS

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    Cloudtheboa, yep, breits although I'm not 100% on what they are considered "morph wise" lol.
    2.0 Python brongersmai
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    1.0 Python curtus
    1.0 Python regius
    1.0 Acrantophis dumerili
    1.0 Boa constrictor
    1.0 green iguana
    0.1 Heterodon nasiscus nasiscus

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