Bannana pied bhp pics

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  1. -Katana-

    -Katana- Well-Known Member

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    Yeah...but it'll still taste like chicken...j/k!
     
  2. zulu

    zulu Very Well-Known Member

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    or "Rotten Bannana" whatever they are called!! Very rich coloured girl she is too, nice.. Be interesting to see what inheritance, if any, they will have once they reach maturity and bred back at some point.
    And she's a NT animal? Do you know the lines behind her?[/QUOTE]

    Hi rob,the parents were both imports from separate NT breeders several years back
     
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    Ha..agree! ^..Choice snakes man! :) ..
     
  4. harley0402

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    Hi zulu, are you selling any of the banana BHP ?? Do you have a high yellow male ??
     
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    labrats Suspended Banned

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    thanks for sharing colin so many people b*&%h about people keeping these projects a secret and they wonder why

    keep us updated
     
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    definatly keep us updated on up and coming seasons???
    might be able to con the wife into letting me get one


    i like the orange btw
     
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    banana/apricot/pied/calico/het axanthic.....(jokes) but they are calico/het axanthic and cool looking.
    T

     

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    Ramsayi Very Well-Known Member APS Veteran

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    Best bet would be to pair one up with a dirty great black bhp to make banana splits.
     
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    Nice looking snakes T. Do all calicos have this kind of ventral pattern?
     
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    Hey killimike,
    No it actually has nothing to do with the calico trait, it is just a coincidence that it happened to be on this one.
    T
     
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    Ah ok, thanks. Good to know! They are great looking snakes, must be thrilled that they are 'nanas to boot ;)
     
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    I dont know anything about bhps or genetics but im pretty sure u have to flip a red 'bellied' black snake over to find out it a red belly, or do some people just look down on top and make their decision from there? I'd be proud of having some babies like that, and regardless of name, knowledge or whatever, we all at some stage knew nothing about what we were getting into (not saying you know nothing BHP guy), but seriously the first person that found a snake that had a babys' rattle on the end of its tail and described it to his mates probly thought he was an idiot, but hey they call it a rattle snake now dont they.. Good job on ur hatchies, would love to see you start a new line of bbhps and make a killing.. but make sure u boast about it on here lol
     
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    Uh...'many wives and serpents'? The nipple of life?? Sounds like it might be time to cut back on the ol' jungle juice there, zulu..don't want your next breeding project to be pink elephants.
     
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    Many wives, What agreat idea. When one has the poos or a head ache, just go to the other one.
    The nipple of life, sounds pretty good to me.
    If the jungle juice can produce snakes like these, then maybe I had better get me some.

    All in all I think is a pretty good project, & who knows what might come of some future breeding.
    I love the Banana Splits with cream & strawberries & a splash of bortrytis wine.

    Cheers
    Ian
     
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    "Nipple of life"

    hee
     
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    Looks nice to me T,heres some pics from to night of some of the rat eating machines.
     
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