Show us ya Woma's

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  1. slide

    slide Well-Known Member

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    Yeah. Havent had a problem with getting them feeding yet. Offer furred rodents. If they dont take them on the first offer leave it overnight. If they dont take them overnight a few days later a little rub of the mouse on a quail and BAM! Havent had any worries yet.

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    Not confused, Just uninformed. I have heard of very few snake species that were "easy" to get started. I guess that is what I get for assuming. Thanks all for the correction.


    Regards, Patrick
     
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    no i was a little confused , i originally thought you hadnt realised that they where fresh hatchies , didnt read your post properly first time with my sleepy eyes

    but yes womas to tend to start pretty quick , i got my male of snake ranch when h was just a month old with only 3 feeds under is belt , normally theyd wait for a few more feeds but i guess because his a woma and had a very strong feed response they let him go a little early
     
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    While some of u guys start getting hatchies out. I only just got my first clutch. Still got 2 females left to lay.
     

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    Nice late one, have you used those tubs for woma eggs before? Seems way to small, not enough oxygen!! I would not be surprised if you lost a couple
     
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    The SIM incubator tubs work great. You have to remember reptile eggs don't need a hole lot of oxygen to survive. My egg boxes are air tight and I burp them maybe once a week.
     
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    Used this tub last year 100% hatch rate.
     
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    Brought home this little girl last night

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    Wow nice rp !!
     
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    Amazing, is that an RHD reduced pattern? Very stunning woma.
     
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    He sure is
    He is a yearling I bred last season
     
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    Snipercap- that girl has nice pale base colour. I have a holdback boy that has nice base colour like him. Hoping to hatch out a female like him in this clutch with a bit of luck.

    Josh- thats a very nice rp. Looks like you got some good condition on him.

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    [MENTION=13275]No-two[/MENTION] did you end up breeding your SA womas this year?
     
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    Thanks for the kind comments Aaron. Im due to check and feed her tonight after her week in the quiet corner (although I doubt she needed it) and I'll try get some decent pics up tonight
     
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    I have heaps of the plants. How come I've never found a woma on mine?
    gorgeous animal.
     
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    No, I didn't. I'm planing on pairing the holdbacks froma few years ago this season coming. The female is the lightest and prettiest I have.
     
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    [MENTION=13275]No-two[/MENTION] sounds interesting. Any pictures of the young female? I'll eagerly await the results. This thread needs some other locales to balance out the NT and WA ones.
     
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    Some really nice top of the line boodaries. Going to part with these beauties, just got too many animals lol. Put up 4 pics of the dark ones as 2 of the pics make them look very average.
     

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