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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    Amazing eyes! Very beautiful!

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    He's looking awesome. It's going to be great to watch his colors change and intensity as he ages.

    Keep up the good work!

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression





    I think I have to find him new perches. He'd rather defy the laws of physics and dangle off the thermometer than sit on the cheap springy bamboo bars

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    That's hilarious! DIY hammock for a snake.
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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongPython View Post




    I think I have to find him new perches. He'd rather defy the laws of physics and dangle off the thermometer than sit on the cheap springy bamboo bars

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    The bamboo bars are too thick for him. I always go with the snake girth and I get the same diameter perches. Also adding a crossbar would help him.
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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    Quote Originally Posted by RickyNY View Post
    I always go with the snake girth and I get the same diameter perches. Also adding a crossbar would help him.
    Thanks! That's a handy perch sizing rule -- I'm surprised I haven't heard anything like that elsewhere. I'm looking at the perches at Specialty Enclosure Designs and will probably pick something up from there.
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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    Quote Originally Posted by WrongPython View Post
    Thanks! That's a handy perch sizing rule -- I'm surprised I haven't heard anything like that elsewhere. I'm looking at the perches at Specialty Enclosure Designs and will probably pick something up from there.
    Never hesitate to make your own perches.

    I actually recommend some real tree branches or trunks if you can mix them in. When the animal grows you can increase the perch size.

    I have some pretty big stuff in the cages here.

    The snake looks phenomenal though!!

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression



    Somebody's looking a little blue! He's been putting on some good growth since he got here -- about 1.5" in three months. Very proud of this handsome little guy.

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    Fresh paint and looking fine! Shed cycle only took eight days this time. He seems to be developing what I like to call "dual tone" coloration -- gold along his back and silver on his sides. Can't wait to see how he continues to develop!

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    Re: Denton line longicauda progression

    So nice. I love it when there true colours start to kick in, so exciting

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