Help with a Carpet Python

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  1. pinefamily

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    Southern Cross was sold to, and absorbed by, Reptile Mania.
     
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    Are Reptile Mania still operating the business? If they are they keep a very low profile compared to the old days of Southern Cross, they never did take over the web site.
    Simon Stone still sells a few GTP's and Albino Darwins.
     
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    They used to have a website. Last time I looked, they still had a FB page.
     
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    George, in NSW we have Diamonds, Coastals and MD's occupying their slices of NSW with "intergrades" in between at least Diamonds and Coastals.
    In WA Imbricata occupies approx the same area, South coast WA is approx the same latitude as the NSW/Vic border and Geraldton the same as Balina/Byron Bay, they are inland to Kalgoorlie and on the South Coast into SA which is equivalent to the MD's distribution. It's appearance varies from almost totally black in some Southern areas to tan/orange in the inland.
    Why in NSW do we have 3 sub species yet WA just one?
     
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    But doesn't WA have other pythons species? Womas, BHPs, Carinatus... maybe there's too much competition, or not enough prey.
     

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