Antaresia freaks

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  1. MyMitchie

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    How confusing! Can anyone else shed some light onto this? I know all three are Spotteds but one with amber eyes looks like a blonde spotted!
     
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    i had a thread going awhile back asking people's advice on the locality of a stimmy picture i put up. Some people posted (among other things to do with prefontal scales) that the eye colour can be an indication of which locale it is (i.e. stimmies of the wheatbelt have yellow eyes and stimmies from broome have orange) etc etc (i cant remember what examples of locales/coloured eyes were used though!). So it could be that :)
     
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    Just different locale of Spotteds perhaps.
     
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    [​IMG]My fussy spotted finally eating a defrosted pinkie :)
     
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    Some striped macs..

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    Amazing John, such a tease!
    Definatley want a pair or at least one of these, you have obviously put a lot of work into this line!

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    Amazing John, such a tease!
    Definatley want a pair or at least one of these, you have obviously put a lot of work into this line!

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    Amazing John, such a tease!
    Definatley want a pair or at least one of these, you have obviously put a lot of work into this line!
     
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    Woah, what an amazing patten!!!

    Apologies for the noob question but are there hactho's available and how much?

    Edit: I assume there is a loooooong list. :(
     
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    and me! :lol: Awesome line ~
     
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    Keeping with the topic of Antaresia FREAKS
     

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    Haha, nice one Peter..
     
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    I didn't get an answer on FB so I'll ask again here... how long can these be expected to live?
     
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    @ peter-birch, wow thats amazing, is it healthy? with it survive do you think?

    @onimocnhoj, wow wow wow.. looks amazing.. Id also be interested in if your selling any??
     
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    Not sure how long it will live for, but still alive and has shed, getting ready for food now
     
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    Did it have any problems Shedding Peter?
     
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    peter thats awsome, hope the little guy is ok. let us know if he/she starts feeding.

    i was always taught 2 heads are better than 1, lol
     
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    Wow is it still kicking?

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    A Broome & a Windorah Stimmie to keep the thread alive
     

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    Love the Windora! :D

    A new one of my Wheatbelt :

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    A few pics of my new stimmies..

    The first 2 are the same little one, and the next each are different snakes. 3 stimmies all up. Loving these guys!

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