Show off your Black Heads

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  1. onthillside

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    Looking great!
     
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    cement Subscriber Subscriber APS Veteran

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    Some more horrible, locale specific wild types.
     

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    [MENTION=4778]cement[/MENTION] they are beautiful. I like the one on the grass a lot. What locale are they?
     
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    This is my pair.
     
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    Hey [MENTION=34534]andynic07[/MENTION] how old are those pythons and what local are they
     
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    They were born Dec 2012 and they are at my house. Lol seriously though mate I don't think many bhp breeders can say with any certainty what locality their snakes are. One of the parents is from Worley and the other Sonnenen but they were bred by [MENTION=32407]creaturesofhabit[/MENTION] from here and the snakes are about 1.5m
     
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    Yes, definitely Horrible. Just give them to me and I will look after them ;)
     
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    Two of the mums outside and a hatchling ,the yellow mother has recently sloughed.
     
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    I saw those on Facebook today @zulu. Very nice.
     
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    Uncle zulu is here he is there he is everywhere ....
     
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    Haha, uncle zulu may be everywhere but Big Brother is watching you. lol
     
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    heres a couple more, I love the variation in these .
    Hey Col.. does the piebald go up the flanks or dorsally at all yet?
    That one I bred a few years ago that had some white belly scales, well they changed all back to normal colour!
     

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    They dont change back here cement ,even the male that i use that onley ever has had small patches of white here and there has stayed the same.
    He is the one with the white anal scale ,the females have more white as in the previous pic.
    The onley parts that change is the parts where you can see yellow or orange and that intensifies. Ive got some like the hatchy in the pictures that have white scales that run in patches along the sides.
    Overall the white is much more dominant than that of the parents ,i will breed these babys together and expect it to increase again.
     
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    Ok guys, its been too long between posts on this thread for my liking so Im putting up another shot of the axanthic bub I bred in post #779 again to show the amount of striping on the back 1/3rd of its dorsal markings. Its only a phone photo but it shows the markings anyway.
    Here you go [MENTION=32407]creaturesofhabit[/MENTION] the photo as requested via pm. I appreciate that you like it so much. You have some real stunners in your collection too mate. Thanks, Aaron
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    [MENTION=15291]slide[/MENTION] about time ha ha.really nice ax there matey
     
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    fresh skin on this girl the other day.

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    and her boyfriend just shed and lost a bunch of pgment from his head. He is about 10yrs old and still slowly changing.
     

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    We all go grey with age mate ;).... Looking good
     
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    This is my beautiful boy Meleancolie.
     

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