Stimpson’s pythons are still stimpson’s pythonsYes, but dry your eyes, they're still Stimson's Pythons.
They're also still snakes, still reptiles, still animals.
Stimpson’s pythons are still stimpson’s pythons
All of the morelia genus are “technically” all carpets. But a scrub python is a scrub python, a green tree python is a green tree python.
Okay sorry,No, only Morelia spilota are Carpets (unless you are in the Morelia bredli camp, in which case you're being silly anyway). Green Pythons, Scrub Pythons, Rough-scaled Pythons etc are in no sense Carpet Pythons and never have been.
Not all Antaresia are Children's Pythons, not all Morelia are Carpet Pythons.
There are some completely bizarre things being said about Morelia. Carpet Pythons are a species, Morelia spilota. If it's not Morelia spilota, it's not a Carpet.Okay sorry,
I’ve had many people get annoyed when i’ve told them that scrub pythons aren’t carpets, so i am just used to being told to call them carpets.
Been there. Some people get annoyed when I say that not all anteresia are childrens pythons. I think it hurts their ego, so I tell them again, hehe.I’ve had many people get annoyed when i’ve told them that scrub pythons aren’t carpets, so i am just used to being told to call them carpets.
Lol, no. It's the species, some people think that all anteresia are subspecies of childrens. That's when I say they are not. (honestly where do these people get these weird ideas from? It's pretty obvious that they are all separate species lol)I think they think ur saying they’re not **childrens** pythons... like for kids
I'm one of those idiots who think there are 5 species of Antaresia; There are childreni, and there are maculosa and there are stimsoni and there are perthensis . And then there are pygmy banded pythons which don't seem to belong to any species. Some govt. believe they are A. stimsoni and others believe they are Liasis . I had a drama importing 1 ( A stimsoni ) from SA to NSW (Liasis) .How on earth could anybody say they are Liasis? Liasis is an olive python or a water python.
I , along with many others think they need their own nomenclature; apart from different patterns and being smaller they have a different shaped skull, different scale count and live in a different environment with a different food source. Surely this needs more investigation. If they can say stimsoni and childreni are the same thing why not more probing ?