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- 27-May-12, 07:36 PM #76
maybe they should hookup there is some chemistry and electricity there. just like a married coupleHERPS - It's an obsession in the guise of a hobby
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- 05-Jun-12, 03:50 PM #77
Vic DSE stance...
Morelia spilota spilota is recognised and as the information/discussion is on the Morelias, all other Morelia spilotas are variegatas (no cheynei, mcdowelli etc). Diamond pythons and the rest are all "carpet" pythons.Two wrongs don't make it right, but 2 rights will make a U-turn.
- 06-Jun-12, 08:24 AM #79
Vic DSE stance...
Morelia spilota spilota is recognised and as the information/discussion is on the Morelias, all other Morelia spilotas are variegatas (no cheynei, mcdowelli etc). Diamond pythons and the rest are all "carpet" pythons.[/QUOTE]
LOL Morelias, spilotas, variegatas ...... is this how the DSE written it? I wonder how would they write plural cheynei ...cheyneis? Some Chinese people may get offended.
The problems really begin when you purchase a Jungle from vic only to realise the paper work says Variegata and your books say Cheynei. . .and then derm conclude you are doing something dodgy .
Funnily they are sometimes really not on the ball, a few years ago my wife bought a GTP and we got a phone call from derm a few weeks later saying we may incur a fine for selling a snake within 6 months ??????. . . as it turned out the guy somehow read the movement permit wrong?? Still baffled over that one.
- 19-Mar-13, 03:53 AM #81
- 19-Mar-13, 07:38 AM #82
STUNNING RP jungle Mo , cant wait to see some offspring this season.. Good luck.Pure jungle juvies available now .
- 19-Mar-13, 02:59 PM #83
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