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  1. richyboa72

    richyboa72 Well-Known Member

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    About two months ago input my Hypo red Pastel het albino in with my proven motley het albino.within half hour they was locked.[​IMG] well month I presume this is her ovulation [​IMG] then last night she shed which was only a month ago she had done and she is normally on a 6/7 week cycle so fingers crossed it was her post ovulation she’s [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] so fingers crossed I’m approx 115 days we will have some nice little boas
    Hopping for
    Sunglow motley,albino motley, red pastel motley,motley’s,red Pastels

    Let the countdown begin


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    Well it looks like she’s cooking some babies under the ceramic [​IMG]


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    Well last week at 101 days normally 105 days my lovely hypo pastel gave me 9 great babies and two slugs, sadly two died, one was really small and didn't even make the first half hour and the second died over night but has a big egg belly so was kind of expecting it
    Here's a few pics, luckily I just went to check on her before going in the shower and when I noticed the goo, I got to see the whole litter being born
    So the pairing was hypo red pastel het albino x motley het albino
    Really glad there albino proved out, all have got grwat tail colours feom mum
    We got
    1 x motley sunglow,
    1 x albino motley (died)
    1 x albino(died)
    1 x hypo motley
    2 x hypo red pastel
    3 x hypo
    There was no normals in the litter [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    Thanks for sharing. If I lived overseas Red Tailed Boas would certainly be at the top of the list for me, snake wise.
     
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    Thanks Nero, there definitely nice snakes to keep, I was so pleased to be able to watch her give birth

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    Beautiful litter! There are some really nice ones in there.
     
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    Thanks mate, really pleased to have no normals in there too, in saying that the motley father gave some outstanding babies before in his last litter, mum's hypo red pastel really messed with the pattern mutation of the motley gene, look forward to see them after there first shed, looks like a lot has mums tail too, especially the 2 x hypo red pastels in there, I think I'm keeping the sunglow motley back

    Here a pic of the fathers last offspring he produced 2 yrs ago , he looks great now, I love the motley gene, owned by friend and of the sunglow motley I'm keeping

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    The little sunglow motley had shed the other night, it's so bright, the red pastel influence from mum has given it an amazing colour, definitely a hold back [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    Wow they're beautiful. This is the stuff that inspires me to increase my knowledge and get into breeding in a couple of years.
     
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    I have no idea what those morph names mean, we don't have boas in OZ. They certainly look colourful and I like the passionfruit flowers to add colour as well.So I guess congrats are in order, well done mate.
     
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    Thanks dragon lover, the sunglow is an albino boa but one of the parents has to have the hypo gene, dad was motley morph too but the hypo gen really messes up the side stripes but you can tell its motley by the head cross which is distinctive of the motley gene

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    oh my god, they're amazing.
     
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    Thanks mick
    There's some pretty neat looking babies in there

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