Show off your intergrades!

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  1. Khagan

    Khagan Very Well-Known Member

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    Decided to take my yearling bred by Mungus outside for some pics today, not many turned out very good though :(. He's starting to colour up nicely :D can't wait to see how he ends up.

    Intergrades are my favourite morelia, so go ahead and post some pics of yours too :).
     

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    ShaunMorelia Power Seller Power Seller

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    Lookin very nice. I'll post a pic of ours up once we pick it up this afternoon, can't wait!!
     
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    Looks like he's going to be a very nice intergrade [ partial stripe as well ]
    I like the chalk white rossette's, they really stand out, thats what I try to achieve with all of them.
    The third photo shows the yellow starting to come through nicely.
    Glad you happy with him...................should see this years clutch...............lol
    I'll have to get some photo's happening.
    Thanks for the positive feed back, its always nice.
    Cheers,
    Aleks.
     
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    pythons73 Suspended Banned

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    Heres 2 of my adult females and a yearling pair.My favourite is the first girl as ive had her for 4.5years,but the 2nd girl is the prettiest,enjoy....
     
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    This is going to sound dumb, but what is an intergrade??? I have my thoughts I'd just like them confirmed....
     
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    pythons73 Suspended Banned

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    Basically a zone in which 2 species overlap one another.
     
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    Intergrades

    These are my two. Pic 1and 2 female, pic 3 male. I have only had her a few weeks and got him last week. They are my first snakes.
     

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    The thing i love about Natural Intergrades,their is so much variation.The colour and markings are awesome,i currently own 6 and they are good eaters and really placid.They are one snake i defiantly recommend to any1.That one you breed Mungus is Stunning...
     
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    Your 2nd female looks awesome, nice and gold!

    Gotta agree i love the variations, from high yellows to golds, white markings to yellow, coastal like markings to diamond rosettes or even a mix of both. Mine is also a good eater and placid he's never refused a feed and i can do whatever with him.
     
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    Awesome :D were their parents nicely coloured? It's early yet, but it looks like the beginning of some yellow showing through :D.
     
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    ok a couple of pics of my baby boy "Hunter"
    Can't wait to see how he colours up....
     

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    Those yearlings of yours look the goods as well.
    The white rossettes really stand out on the last one, did you breed them yourself ??
     
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    Nice, his eyes look so big in the last picture :lol:.
     
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    Not sure. I bought them from Canberra and did not see the parents for either animal.
     
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    My adult pair, female from Greg Hollis, and the lovely boy is from Mungus. :D
     

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    oh look it's mum and dad!!!! ;):lol:
     
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    Some of the hatchlings from the above pair, still have a lot for sale. *shameless plug :lol:*
     

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    Picked this,little fella up a few hours ago :)
    Same snake as The_S_Word , due to us being engaged. lol
     

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