reduced melenin,pale pigmentation coastal carpets ,2nd season

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

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    Becky and Bucky did the deed again this season,this time with a much improved 22 healthy eggs this time round.i kept a few of last seasons bubs to see how they colour up and they are coming along well.they are getting more black dots on them after each shed as expected but still looking good.the only unfortunatly i think i sold the best 2.i even kept one of the 2 darker ones that hatched and its quite an attractive snake in its own right.
    heres some photos of the parents and the egg laying action yesterday morning.
     

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

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    last seasons 10 month old bubs.
     

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    Looking good mate.

    Cheers
    Nick
     
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    real nice how much will you be charging for a bub when ready
     
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    Very nice:)
     
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    PimmsPythons <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Pimm

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    going off how they coloured up last season, if they show any signs of black after their first or second shed, $200.
    if there isn't any significant signs of black after their first couple sheds,$400. keeping in mind its a bit of a lottery and i dont know how they will fully colour up.as i said before,i have been updated on 2 others i sold from last year and they are turning out to be screamers and i'm sorry i let them go,but thats how it goes.luck of the draw i guess.
    cheers
    simon
     
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    Smokin' animals, Simon!
     
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    pythons73 Suspended Banned

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    Awesome news Slimebo,most Coastals dont do much for me,however those are stunning.Defiantly a bit oout of the ordinary....MARK
     
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    PimmsPythons <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Pimm

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    cheers for the kind words . the adults are a couple of my fav animals in my collection. they have personalities to match.
     
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    nice

    thay r very nice well done:D
     
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    PimmsPythons <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Pimm

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    all 22 hatched and about a quarter of them ar stripey like dad. will post some photos after their first shed. i will be moving all these on as i've kept a couple holdbacks from last season ,so if anyone is interested in getting in early for the best ones,send me a pm.
    cheers
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    congratz
     
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    Absolutely gorgeous!! Well done - you must be so proud. I still kick myself for selling a couple of Diamonds I bred a few years ago. Ah well - you'll go crazy if you think about the what-ifs!! That one in the 4th pic is awesome -fell in love with it straightaway. Congrats.
     
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    Couple of fatties in there lol.Looking good.
     
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