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Thread: Pygmy stimson's python
Andy has posted a pic of some of these on the front page of this thread. Beautiful little snakes and give Perthensis a run for the worlds smallest python species
I new it, lol. As soon as i read hayden saying mossy locality I got straight onto him and said they whernt lol, You just dont find stimmos in mossyDisclaimer: My thoughts are fictional ramblings only. The purpose of my participation here is to stimulate fuel for thought. EVERYONE should take everything here with a large grain of salt. Use this information for your own further research ONLY
- 28-Jul-09, 01:11 AM #33
with all due respect , all you have written is a heap of words on the screen at this stage . no names no nothing to back up your claims at least i gave a name off the person who i bought my original animals off . in saying this you are not the first person as i metioned in a earlier post more successful herper such as john w said he thinks the same as you . but mate i didnt buy them off you i bought them off michael so i took his word .like you should . i also admit how could you get mossman and carbine mixed up they dont even sound the same . but like i said a phone number of the poacher that sold them to michael would be good .
scientifically, there just stimsons. hahahaBeach bum
- 28-Jul-09, 11:39 AM #37
I hardly think Bob is going give the poachers name here just to prove something to you, so lets keep it real.
Also why should Bob simply believe your friend when his own experience contradicts your friends.
At the end of the day you are free to believe what, or who you like but I tend to think in this case you are a tad blind. No offense intended.
Could it be the case that your friend just considers Mt Carbine as part of the Mossman area?
from my understanding mossman from mount carbine is like 30kms if this is the case big deal . its more then possible a few came into mossman . i dont no the area . is this true? and if it is a further nothing has been proven otherwise anyway. and to keep things real no i didnt think Bobs claims would be backed up in this thread . and if it is like 30 kms difference no worse then port mac carpets that really came from warchope, kempsey ,coffs,telegraph point, , ect being sold as port macs which rarely are from the port mac these days . .
but at the end of the day i would like to no the true locality confirmed otherwise .as i do have heaps of ants and these ones are my favorites .
Person A: I have these great little stims....
Person B: Yeah? What's their locality?
Person A: Mt Carbine
Person B: Where the hell is Mt Carbine?
Person A: Just a stones throw from Mossman
In reality, it's not really a huge deal. Having said that, I do have some of these little guys myself and I'd love to have a concrete locality for them.
I'd put down Mt Carbine and you wont go wrong.WORKING IS A CRIME
I think Andy is the one that is keeping it real. He did not start it Bob did, he stated that Andy was wrong on his location. Which may or may not be right but Andy is showing some integrity in excepting what he was told by a respected herper until proven wrong which hasn't happened. Bob has not given a name or anything to back up his claim, Andy has. I know of two locations central NSW where I have found spotted pythons. Very few people know their there but they are, the same could apply to Mossman.
you people are strange ...... how can you actually believe these animals are from mossman if they are stimsoni ? open a field guide and read a little its not hard to figure out.
- 28-Jul-09, 12:55 PM #43Suspended
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could they really be pygmy spotteds then if they were from mossman? LOL
Things get even more hazy when you're nearing the so-called species boundaries. Where does one stop and the next one start?
We all know that according to the maps it's maculosa territory, but personally I've never been herping up there so how am I to know for sure one way or the other?
ive been up there and found maculosa.
distribution maps maybe not so accurate but micro habitats are usually fairly right and stimsoni dont occur in rainforests
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