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    Re: Morellia Madness

    That is one stunning python! What is she?
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    Re: Morellia Madness

    Quote Originally Posted by 67temp View Post
    Fern freshly shed.

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    OH my!!

    Sunglasses please! : )

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    Re: Morellia Madness

    Quote Originally Posted by Reptile$ 4 Life View Post
    That is one stunning python! What is she?
    Visually she is a caramel jag. Genetically she is het granite which means she is 50% coastal and 50% IJ. The IJ blood really brings out the yellow.
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    Re: Morellia Madness

    Rooster, male IJ.

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    Re: Morellia Madness

    She's changed a lot! Beautiful!
    Always in Transition

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    Re: Morellia Madness

    I've been on a recent kick of taking carpet pics. Gunnie the granite IJ.

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    Re: Morellia Madness

    Quote Originally Posted by 67temp View Post
    I've been on a recent kick of taking carpet pics. Gunnie the granite IJ.

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    Looking good, Temp! Wish I could get either of my female coastals to sit still long enough for a good photo session


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    Re: Morellia Madness

    Quote Originally Posted by jmcrook View Post
    Looking good, Temp! Wish I could get either of my female coastals to sit still long enough for a good photo session


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    The outside temperature here is right at the point where it's not to cold to take them out but they also just hunker down instead or trying to explore.
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    Re: Morellia Madness

    Quote Originally Posted by 67temp View Post
    The outside temperature here is right at the point where it's not to cold to take them out but they also just hunker down instead or trying to explore.
    Nice. We just turned the corner into consistently cooler fall temps down here this week and next. Starting to drop hot spots at night and will start dropping them lower for longer next weekend along with the room ambient over the course of a month before hitting the lowest temps for a couple weeks.


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