More WA BHP

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  1. cement

    cement Subscriber Subscriber APS Veteran

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    Love breeding these little monsters!
     

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  2. Very nice mate, these would have to be my all time fave colour, congrats and thanks for sharing:)! What specific locale are these?
     
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    Love wa bhp there my fav local !
     
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    love the W.A. BHP's they are one of my favorite aussie snake, awesome job.
     
  5. Snowman

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    Very nice and congrats on the clutch!
    are they Kimberly locale?
     
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    awesome man, so many new mouths to feed
     
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    very very nice..........i love breeding bhp's aswell.
     
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    Thank you everyone, these are Windjana Gorge locality. Cheers
     
  9. Ahh, I had know idea these were available? I prefer the 80-mile beach/Pilbara version TBH, but lovely BHP's also.
     
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    Nice. I have one from a similar part of the Kimberly. Fantastic animals :)
     
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    This is my third clutch now, theres a few peeps from aps that have them. I would say that the first clutch lot would be breeding age and size by now.
    They have a tendancy for the ocellate pattern made famous by Denver in (I think Qld locality), and I have some holdbacks to see what happens. Only prob with these guys is that the ratio is heavily skewed to males in a clutch.
     
  12. Any ideas why mate?
     
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    Probably something along the lines why diamonds seem skewed towards more females, but no, it eludes me...I havent probed them yet, but I would be expecting out of this clutch of 9, 2-3 females.
     
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    Congrats on the clutch cement :)
     
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    Gorgeous bubs, congratz.
     
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    Thanks guys!
     
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