Great show Troy, really enjoy them.
Tigerlily not sure what you mean about comment " money-grubbing and scripted"
Last time I checked YouTube...
Ghost children's can be easily explained In this picture, here is a ghost children's in normal and ghost phase this is the same python.
It was proving not be cost effective for Justin to ship, if your after a copy I can help
Nice score there Congo are they NSW stimmies
Not sure how long it will live for, but still alive and has shed, getting ready for food now
Keeping with the topic of Antaresia FREAKS
[ATTACH]Does anyone know who the original photographer is, need to get their approval to use it in a book.
Congratulations Fay and congratulations to all the other winners especially the youth winners, it's good to see more kids getting into the hobby...
Gotta love maccies
Thanks for that No-two, but if your looking for a predictable outcome then i would gather it is a genetic trait.
Line breeding enables small...
So what your saying is if you produce a single unusuall looking individual a product of clutch variation and breed it back to a sibling they will...
Is this a clutch variance or is it a genetic trait, i have seen these and it can be either one. If it is a clutch variance then there is no...
Here are the Sunburst Stimmies
Some from this year a my line of Yellow Children, Pilbara stimmy and a Platinum from last season. Sorry for the lack of photo quality.
Nice work keep up the good effort
If your looking for some high quality Antaresia's come see me (childrens, maccies and stimmies).
Congrats to the breeder what ever it may be and they look pretty cool!
Chewy does scream like a little girl when ever he thinks he is gonna get bitten let alone when he actually does.. Brian produces around 30,000...
The aussie in the show is me, i enjoyed being a part of the show and hanging with Brian and the crew from BHB / Snakebytes. They are all pretty...
Gotta love this time of the year....this ones for you Jason
Congo you are very close although this was only 1 female and only a one off time!
in my experience they can be anywhere from 18 - 45 days but usually around 21-28 days.
My recent tour incorporates the following businesses,
Glades Herp Farms, BHB Enterprises (Snakebytes), Australian Addiction Reptiles and...
If you have breed these guys or been lucky enough to see them in the wild, i'm looking for female post lay weights, clutch weight and egg numbers....
Nice work mate!
8 days now
The sunburst in the avatar is a offspring from the female shown the other day that is belly up at present.
Zulu love the NSW stimmies.
I have some females that produce 23 consistently every season, my pygmies and alice springs drop 10 every season .
Had a female maccy that had...
[ATTACH]The Sunburst line is gravid again this year, hopefully more spectacular babies
A couple more gravid platinum females in prelay shed
[ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH][ATTACH]Sorry about picture quality taken from my phone
Greg is a great talker seen him at last years symposium in Cairns . He will surely be insightful and entertaining.
Gotta be crazy to miss it !
Pretty sure the whole albino diamond thing shouldn't be too far away anyway!
They may breed quicker in the right hands but i'm pretty sure carpets lay a lot more eggs!
I like the way everyone says the price for the mac hets is too much but how much did everyone pay for their het carpets 3-4 years ago ????
Gotta love the Platinums , one of mine
A platinum taken this arvo....
My adults max out at around 45cm and i have a few hatchlings for sale.
platinum & sunburst
I've been told these pics don't do them justice but it is the best I can do with my limited photography knowledge
Should have some more of these available later this year
I own it, breed by me.
Thank you for the compliments hopefully there will be some sunburst's for sale next year......these have never been offered for sale before.
Dan i don't care what type of belts as long as they hold your pants up...lol
Peter Harlow had 54 eggs from a diamond python in the mid 80's, still a good size clutch.
Folks are dump where i come from....