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  1. onimocnhoj

    onimocnhoj Well-Known Member

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    Cheers guys,

    They're from two places. The pale coloured ones are fourth generation Tanami Deserts and the dark ones are from Yulara - North of Ayres Rock. They are nice animals and produce top notch progeny.

    Here's another breeder of mine and one of her youngsters..
     

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    Another sandfire hatchling

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    onimocnhji those Yulara have a close resemblance to some boodaries i've seen obviously a little larger though :)
    Love stunning clear lined animals
     
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    onimocnhoj Well-Known Member

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    yommy,

    I thought the same thing when I first saw Boodarie womas and was quite surprised that there was another locality of consistently dark banded ones out there. These two came from my Yulara female a few years ago and the majority of her clutches are neatly banded with good contrast. The adult female previously pictured is just under 2m.
     

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    My female sandfire has laid 7 healthy eggs last night. Yay! Small clutch this year compared to her 10eggs last year.
    I will get pictures up on Wednesday for all to see.

    She is recovering well, and looks in fantastic condition still.

    Eggs in incubator and now the waiting begins again.

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    As promised a few pics. Hope everyone likes.

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    I will get photo's of eggs in incubator later on. I candled one, and it looks perfect, with alot of veins... FERTILE!!!
     
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    good stuff bloomster. it's great when you can watch them coming out.

    My female boodarie is only hours off laying. she is so tense that the skin is stretching to almost make clean earthy and white stripes.

    When you look at her she is tight and doing slow twitches like contractions :) looks like it is going to be a sleep less night. Love this time of year....
     

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    i cannot wait until my ulurus are old enough to breed. im so stoked on your behalf. haha let us no how it all goes!

     
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    some pics from cleaning today.....

    Hows your boodarie going yommy?

    Cheers,
    dave

    forgot the pics.
     

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    day 30 of pre-shed and still hasn't bloody laid :( not far off as she's looks like she's about to explode and pacing a bit.
    4 days over last years pre-shed so hopefully soon. I think she likes making me sweat...... :)
     
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    some pic in the sun from today.
    the first pic is the first woma i ever hatched, its about 8 yrs old and still looking clean and bright.
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    The first and 3rd one are very nice tristis - gotta be happy with producing womas like that.

    Cheers,
    Dave
     
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    who from sydney has eggs? please i cant wait to get some!!
     
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    cheers dave, ive got a clutch from the girl in the first pic cooking away. i cant wait for them to hatch. this is the male i used.
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    Wow how many do you have? im pretty keen to get 1 or 2, prefer yearling + but i still wouldnt mind something like that.
     
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    Finally day 32 after the pre-shed and she has come through with the goods :)
    11 fully viened and viable lovely white BIG eggs.
    Hoping to met some crack'n hatchies in 55-60 days. Now let the waiting begin :(
    She's looking a little skinny now, time for a good wash down and a fed.
     

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    nice work yommy
     
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    Cheers Trisitis

    Same amount of eggs as last season, lets hope i have better luck :)
    Gone from the H2o method this season to a more drier traditional perlite mixture.
    I'm biased about my boodaries but those pin stripes are absolutely stunning as well mate best of luck with your season.........
     
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    Well done yommy. Can't wait to see what pops out!
     
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    Cheers mate, me too :)
     
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