Antaresia freaks

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  1. Smithers

    Smithers Very Well-Known Member

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    She is a good size Jay nice one....the pic didn't work for me on the other thread glad you reposted here. What's the food item size?
     
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    12months old thats HUGE!
    ive some 9 month old, hold back stims the biggest is only 90g and 60cm
    beeing fed every 3 days

    what are you feeding and how often jay?
     
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    She is a big girl, but I wouldn't say fat. She has just been fed mice. For the first 6 months she was probably fed every 2 - 4 days. Now about once every 5 - 7 days.
     
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    ah ok then, .. might be soemthing to do with the locality backgound that is afecting the size of mine then
    the dam is of NSW origens and kinda small when compared to other stims , the sire was a 2 yr old "unknown" animal
     
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    A couple of yellow childrens that hatched out.

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    They look the goods Bryce. I'm starting to like children's pythons more and more.


    Cheers Brenton
     
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    Noodle has arrived . . . now she's hidden until Christmas Day . . . I can't wait, only one more sleep, she's a 12 mth old Dajarra locale Antaresia Stimsoni :)

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    These little xmas Wheatbelts hatched yesterday :) wbs261211.jpg wb2612112.jpg
     
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    some baby Broomes...
     

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    Congrats on the Wheatie Worms, Esp the 2nd one that's hot! Not seen one missing dorsal pattern like that a keeper for sure.
     
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    Cheers mate thanks :) I was hoping that there would be one in the clutch like that. His mum is similar to that so i will be working on improving that patterning in the near future.......
     
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    All the best hope you make some awesome RP Wheats ;)
     
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    This t+ male is starting to bulk up a bit - he wouldn't sit still for a photo so i gave him a fresh killed rat pup to keep him occupied!

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    Very nice Dave, I must admit, my T+'s are one of my favourite animals, they just look so nice.
     
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    This is a wild nice Spotted

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    These are all wild Maculosa
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    Wins first shed

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    any more updates on that funky albino / possible T+ stimson?
     
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    recently i did a photoshoot of some of hugsta's animals and he has given permission for me to post some of the pics here. first 3 are T+ childreni, last is a nt type stimmie.
     

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    Accidental Wheatbelt x Pilbara progeny
     

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