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    Re: Morellia Madness

    Last few weeks before the fall semester starts, probably going to continue spamming yall with pictures until Im slammed with work again.

    Sally Jo has really been taking advantage of all the arboreal features in the new enclosure. Found her discreetly perched under her ficus branch when I did check ins this morning.




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    Re: Morellia Madness

    Sally Jo's looking good! Glad to see that your carpets are loving their cage layouts and all of their arboreal furniture. I really like the cage layouts you have for them -- enough features to keep the snakes enriched and occupied, but simple enough to clean easily.
    0.1 Sonoran Boa sigma​: "Adelita" ('19 Hypo het. leopard)
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    Sally Jo's looking good! Glad to see that your carpets are loving their cage layouts and all of their arboreal furniture. I really like the cage layouts you have for them -- enough features to keep the snakes enriched and occupied, but simple enough to clean easily.
    Thank you, WrongPython! For as shy and terrestrial as Sally Jo seemed to be in her last enclosure shes really broken out of her shell in her forever home. Have yet to find her using floor hides, but shes in the sky hide pretty much all day during daylight hours.

    I have ideas for some changes as she grows, but will still be keeping it simple to clean, enriching for the critters, and easy on the eyes.


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    Re: Morellia Madness

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    For as shy and terrestrial as Sally Jo seemed to be in her last enclosure shes really broken out of her shell in her forever home. Have yet to find her using floor hides, but shes in the sky hide pretty much all day during daylight hours.
    I've noticed a somewhat similar trend with Kuzco. He's still the shiest and most independent snake here, but I've been seeing more of him ever since I offered him perches and artificial plants. It'll be interesting to see how Pandora's behavior changes when she moves into her new digs. No branch-style perching in the design as of yet -- though I've designed things in a way I can add it in the future -- but there's plenty of other climbing opportunities for her.

    On a side note: I was able to make my way out to an expo recently, I really liked some of the coastal tigers I saw at a certain breeder's table. If it wasn't for the fact that I started my remaining caging upgrades and properly internalized the costs, the process of carpet #2 might have started up. Might have to feel things out again after the snakes are screened and caging upgrades are done. An Aussie carpet would round out the group quite nicely.
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    I've noticed a somewhat similar trend with Kuzco. He's still the shiest and most independent snake here, but I've been seeing more of him ever since I offered him perches and artificial plants. It'll be interesting to see how Pandora's behavior changes when she moves into her new digs. No branch-style perching in the design as of yet -- though I've designed things in a way I can add it in the future -- but there's plenty of other climbing opportunities for her.

    On a side note: I was able to make my way out to an expo recently, I really liked some of the coastal tigers I saw at a certain breeder's table. If it wasn't for the fact that I started my remaining caging upgrades and properly internalized the costs, the process of carpet #2 might have started up. Might have to feel things out again after the snakes are screened and caging upgrades are done. An Aussie carpet would round out the group quite nicely.
    Definitely excited to see the new enclosures soon! Always a fun time setting up new cages.

    Get yourself a coastal and Ill get that male Argentine hah! You will definitely not be disappointed. Whose table were you scoping out? Rogue/Owen? Jason Baylin?


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    Definitely excited to see the new enclosures soon! Always a fun time setting up new cages.

    Get yourself a coastal and Ill get that male Argentine hah! You will definitely not be disappointed. Whose table were you scoping out? Rogue/Owen? Jason Baylin?
    Yeah, new cage time is always fun! At least for the snakes and I. Pretty sure my wallet isn't having as fun of a time right now.

    It was Owen's table. He brought some of his 2021 carpets that were ready to go but not up on his website yet, along with a few older juveniles he still has. Very nice guy, exactly the same in person as he is on MPR, will definitely be reaching out to him if/when I feel ready for a tiger carpet.

    Good luck making a decision on the BCO thing! Feel free to send me a PM if you're serious -- some of my other Boa Friends have been hitting up the BCO market lately, so I may be able to get word on others' experiences with breeders.
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    Re: Morellia Madness

    Shed #3 here underway.

    Get the hell outta my room! Im changing!!
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    Re: Morellia Madness

    Soaking up some morning warmth



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    You'd never know she ate two days ago. Already staking out the game trail for more!

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    Very happy to be adding this jagpondro to my collection, this is a sister to my pair I already have






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