Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by snowsnake, Oct 13, 2009.
My male BHP.
My early christmas present, Rosie
Still settling in so through the door is the best pic I can do for now. Too excited not to post though! I'm so spoiled!
That's an awesome shot. Straight to the pool room for that one I think!
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I dont wanna BATH
Mother and baby , B1 and B2
Love the look of them two Zulu
A few new hatchies.
Zulu- wow! Love those bellies and the strong yellow base colour.
T-in the pic with the 4 hatchies that pinstripe Ax on the right is hot. Super fine bands and the lack of heavy dorsal pattern does it for me. Hope I pop out something like that one day.
The orange bands on the one near the top of the first pic is real nice too
Thanks silde, yeh you gotta like that pinstripe axanthic on the left of Ts its a cracker!
update pics on my pair just after a feed
first 3 pics are of the male
female still changing with each shed
plenty of mating during the season but no eggs
Wow these are very nice!
im guessing from Dens white girl line?
Yes both from den I don't about the white line
The male looks like one of his white girl offspring but I might be wrong, not that it really matters either way they are both bloody awesome looking BHPs!
My male Clyde.
Was going to flush this little bhp down the toilet until i saw it just breath around a month or so back ,just sloughed recently.
Was from sibling matings that produced all white bellys from homozygous matings, appears to be a co dominant trait as the parents produce 50/50 ,
Some pics from today.
Couple here that i sexed last night that were female, may have a sunglow LOL
^ The girl in the first pic has such beautifully rich base colour and dark bands, does she have the white belly also?
Hi slide ,has a yellow and white belly, has not shed since hatching ,come from a hypo mother with white under.
I really like what you have there mate. Great project, great results. Good to see more paintjobs popping up in what I think is the most underrated aussie species.