Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by yommy, Dec 25, 2009.
I'm starting to think I need to start breeding womas to feed my addiction. As it is I spend way too much time looking at classifieds and drooling over all the womas I can't have.
Now I wish my little girl juvenile would grow up quicker. Oh well I guess good thing come to those that wait.
I fixed it
Nice RHD womas, snakefreak!
Last season hold back up graded to a big boys cage
I bet this little fella is happy that I helped you to vacate the tub.
I havent taken any shots of the new boy yet but I will probably go nuts with the camera when my eggs come through and can show a few extras off that I have had for a while.
It was great to put a face to the name and have a good reptile chin wag.
Sure you'll be very happy with your boy and we'll see if we can get you a nice female in the future
Yeah mate, likewise.
Im sure he would really appreciate that Brett
You and me both RF....
This little one just hatched.
Nice one mate. Should look nice after a shed or two.
here's one of my little Rabbit flats looking disruptive
Nice looking rf there Yommy !!!!
One that hatched yesterday. Now the fun starts trying to feed them
After a shed there shouldnt be any real trouble getting them to feed.
That's assuming they were already eating. In weapons case the snake just hatched and had its first shed so there very easily can be some trouble getting them to feed for the first time.
By the way gorgeous woma weapon.
i think your confused cali( edit-wait maybe thats me i swear that read something different when i first woke up ) , there freshly hatched womas , thats why he mentions that they should feed after they have a shed , they never would have eaten before in their lives except for the egg yolk they absorbed and thats not eating
from what ive been told about womas slides right , they should start eating no problems after their first shed if everythings set up right , a couple might be slower who knows
Woma hatchlings are very good feeders. I first bred them 4 years ago and have had 1 slow starter in those last 4 years. It prefered mice over rats.