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    I only have a pair of ball pythons but have really enjoyed looking through this thread. I have always loved cobras and they are just adorable as babies!!! I am curious what you used to make your custom wall/backdrop for your enclosures. I want to do something similar for mine but want to make sure I use safe products.

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Daethen View Post
    I only have a pair of ball pythons but have really enjoyed looking through this thread. I have always loved cobras and they are just adorable as babies!!! I am curious what you used to make your custom wall/backdrop for your enclosures. I want to do something similar for mine but want to make sure I use safe products.
    The ammodytes enclosure is the only one we made. It was styrofoam cut and sealed with a styrofoam safe spray then painted with a styrofoam safe spray paint. Then glued together and textured with really great stuff spray foam from lowes. The only other background we have is in the Colettes and it's a stock exo terra enclosure background from Petco or expos

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    Re: Venomous collection

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    Still work with the retics! They'll always have a special place in our lives. Big purple dwarf just gave us a nearly perfect shed a couple days ago, and we've added a Hypo Granite Burmese from a friend of mine at well. We dont have the number of giants we use to, but we still have them.

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    I missed this, and I'm glad I checked in.

    I'm thrilled you still work with the retics, there are a handful of us here with the SD x Dwarf stuff. So far the pure SD is the largest, and is a chronic pusher.

    My fella is probably a 7.5 - 8 footer at 2 years 2 months. I'm hoping he tops off.


    Your HOTs look wonderful, and I enjoy reading your posts.

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Quote Originally Posted by Gio View Post
    I missed this, and I'm glad I checked in.

    I'm thrilled you still work with the retics, there are a handful of us here with the SD x Dwarf stuff. So far the pure SD is the largest, and is a chronic pusher.

    My fella is probably a 7.5 - 8 footer at 2 years 2 months. I'm hoping he tops off.


    Your HOTs look wonderful, and I enjoy reading your posts.
    Locale? 8 ft is fairly large for a pure SD male... my pure kal male anery topped at 4 ft and some change and sired a clutch from a 50% kal female. Is it a mix or one of the newer islands?

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Few from this morning

    Psuedechis colletti, Acanthophis rugosus, and Bothrops moojeni

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Naja sputatrix last night.

    Changing a few things up in the near future. Were sending our big Gabino to a friend in September to move forward with our Moojeni and Russell's Viper breeding project! Will be sad to see the Gabino go, but we have the abilities to make them in the near future (at least attempt). While the opportunity to work with Russell's is always a small window before the price skyrockets again.

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Our little trig last night and the moojeni being super inquisitive.

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    Re: Venomous collection

    Quote Originally Posted by reptileexperts View Post
    Our little trig last night and the moojeni being super inquisitive.

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    Holy moly, what gorgeous snakes you have. I've never heard of a trig before and had to look it up. Green is my favorite color, so it really caught my eye. What a stunning snake.
    Ball Pythons!
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    1.0 Spider Enchi Ghost - Whiskey
    0.1 Super Pastel Lesser - Tango

    Other Snakes!
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    1.0 Jungle Carpet Python - JPEG
    1.0 California Kingsnake - Salazar

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    0.2 Super Hypo Tangerine Leos - Riddle and Valkyrie
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    Re: Venomous collection

    Love your collection of danger noodles.

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    Sri Lankan Palm Viper or Sri Lankan Green Viper, T. Trigonacephalus
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    Holy moly, what gorgeous snakes you have. I've never heard of a trig before and had to look it up. Green is my favorite color, so it really caught my eye. What a stunning snake.
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