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    All is good here. I think if I offered Wallace more he would take more. He just doesn't demand more like Caesar.

    My carpet if pissing me off as I type I just thawed a quail in hopes she'd take a whack at it, but its going to be garbage by morning.

    I love her because she is so darn entertaining, but I really have a dislike for non feeders.

    She usually ends up pissing me off more than the royal. I expect the royal to refuse, but not a coastal carpet python.

    Wallace is pretty busy tonight after his meal. I will bump him up in prey size after his first B-day June, 1.

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    Outdoor adventure photos.

    I've been waiting for a nice day and a decent prop to update the progression thread. This is a SD X Dwarf Reticulated Python with the following genetic package, 100% Het snow (Purple Albino & Anery) He is 37.5% SD 43.75% Dwarf and 18.75% Mainland. His name is Wallace and he finally got his day in the sun.

    Enjoy these:


    It isn't exactly warm, but it was warm enough and he was easy to take out today.


    I think this guy absolutely glows outdoors.


    He acts like a king! Plenty confident these days IMO and rather easy to deal with.


    Head scalation and crazy eyes.


    Thanks for checking out Wallace!

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    Awesome looking pics!

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    Re: Python Reticulatus Wallace Progression!

    Quote Originally Posted by dboeren View Post
    Awesome looking pics!
    Thanks,

    Outdoor shots are my favorites as they show the real coloring!

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    Yes, it's often hard to capture accurate colors on snakes, and even moreso for ones that have an iridescent look to them.

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    That sun sure does make him shine! Such a beautiful boy!
    The one thing I found that you can count on about Balls is that they are consistent about their inconsistentcy.

    1.2 Coastal Carpet Pythons
    Mack The Knife, 2013
    Lizzy, 2010
    Etta, 2013
    1.1 Jungle Carpet Pythons
    Esmarelda , 2014
    Sundance, 2012
    0.1 Normal BCI Boa, Butch, age?
    1.0 BCI Boa, Punch, 2005
    0.1 Normal Ball Python, Elvira, 2001
    0.1 Olive (Aussie) Python, Olivia, 2017

    Please excuse the spelling in my posts. Auto-Correct is my worst enema.

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    Re: Outdoor adventure photos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    I've been waiting for a nice day and a decent prop to update the progression thread. This is a SD X Dwarf Reticulated Python with the following genetic package, 100% Het snow (Purple Albino & Anery) He is 37.5% SD 43.75% Dwarf and 18.75% Mainland. His name is Wallace and he finally got his day in the sun.

    Enjoy these:


    It isn't exactly warm, but it was warm enough and he was easy to take out today.


    I think this guy absolutely glows outdoors.


    He acts like a king! Plenty confident these days IMO and rather easy to deal with.


    Head scalation and crazy eyes.


    Thanks for checking out Wallace!




    Thanks guys, the perch was key. I like using the perch for a prop as he would take off if he was put down flat someplace.

    I still like to link this post as I feel retics are far more arboreal (semi arboreal) than given credit for being.
    http://www.reptilescanada.com/showth...thon-behaviour
    Last edited by Gio; 05-02-2017 at 09:54 PM.

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    Re: Python Reticulatus Wallace Progression!

    Magnifique mon ami.
    3.2 carpet pythons, 1.1 bull snakes
    1.0 olive python 1.0 Scrub Python,
    1.0 BI, 0.1 BO

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    Re: Python Reticulatus Wallace Progression!

    That is a damn fine looking tiger my friend! Sunlight really changes his appearance dramatically!


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    Re: Python Reticulatus Wallace Progression!

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    That is a damn fine looking tiger my friend! Sunlight really changes his appearance dramatically!


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    Thanks brother.
    Get your crew out for some outdoor shots. The prop seems to keep the from fleeing.
    I have to get the boa, carpet and royal out soon.

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