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    PimmsPythons <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Pimm

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    cheers for the kind comments people.there is quite a few around this season so they will start to become quite affordable for all in the near future.
    cheers
    simon
     
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    Very nice mate ell done!!!!
     
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    nice babys simon thay will go for a far bit i gess and should be cool to show of at this years expo by the way is it still on the 17 withch will make it the saterday it was on last time can you please let me know so i can tell danny brown and also get ready for it
     
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    PimmsPythons <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Pimm

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    no dates set in stone yet,but we are aiming at ANZAC day, 25th april at this stage.
     
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    Very, very nice clutch mate.
    Got to be happy with those little beauties.
    Make sure you post a few photo's are their first shed.
    Cheers,
    Aleks.
     
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    sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet
     
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    Looking good Simon.:)

    cheers
    Joy
     
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    They look superb! Great pics too btw :D
     
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    very pretty indeed! congrats :p
     
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    PimmsPythons <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Pimm

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    all the 100% hets out today as well with some outstanding patterns,striping and even a few with a reduced pattern. will post some pics after their first shed.
    photo of the mum and some hatching
     

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    well done again mate.

    Cheers
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    PimmsPythons <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Pimm

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    just an update after the albinos first shed. i was plesantly surprised that all 15 bubs had had dorsal striping,considering that both parents dont have striping , i wasn't expecting that outcome.something interesting genetically going on there.
    photos of first 5
     

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    Dorsal striping? Oh I wish I knew what you snake people were talking about! They are gorgeous Slimebo! Such sweeties! The parents are increible snakes, just gorgeous!!
     
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    Dorsal striping means a stripe down the back =).
     
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    hi simon there cute as for the dorsal strip on them ever thought that thay may come from there
    grandmars aor there grandads not ther mum or dads have intrseting tho becouse there are no dorsal strip on mum or dad genitics is strange stuff some times
     
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    Woah this clutch was really amazing wasnt it and after there first shed . they are turning out to be really gawjus little beauties you must be very impressed and really mate give your self a pat on the back for me :) you've done extremely well. All the best for the future
     
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