the jungle thread

Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by SCam, Mar 1, 2009.

  1. onimocnhoj

    onimocnhoj Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the tip Frozenmouse..

    The intensity/quality of yellow has always been my observation of the term 'high-yellow' not the amount of it.

    So just to be sure is this a 'low-yellow' jungle?

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    I'm glad you finally posted that one you got from Peter Ingie, looks funky.
     
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    Nice high black jungles there......
     
  3. Colin

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    no longer own this one but heres a high black jungle :D

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  4. onimocnhoj

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    My new jungles, both are super calm, couldn't be happier with them.
     
  7. Krycki

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    hi i put my jungles together today,put male in with female they seen each other up close then she made him flinch now he has wigged out trying to find a way out of enclosure and she went back into hide do they normally act like this when 1st introduced?? he is 1.3m julatten jungle and she is 2m atherton does that matter?

    tully is 1.3m
     
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    why would you put a male julatten with an atherton female ? If you leave them together and eventually get eggs....just wondering what sort of contribution that makes to the gene pool.
     
  9. Krycki

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    naa he is a tully with really good pattern and was cheap lol
     
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    Taking advantage of the last Melbourne rays before the onset of the depressing season...

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    Dodgy iPhone pic but I like this girl....pity she does not like me! She is like one of those creepy paintings where the eyes follow you around. She never let's you out of her sights!
     
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    John, i have always thought and used the term 'high yellow' not for the amount of yellow an animal shows, but the brightness or intensity of the yellow. I think that is how it is understood by the majority.
     
  13. onimocnhoj

    onimocnhoj Well-Known Member

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    My thoughts as well Ja84,

    Here are another two pictures of high yellows or so I thought :rolleyes:. The amount of yellow gets referred to as 50/50, 60/40 or so on.. If the yellow is poor (ie mustard/brown) in a 50/50 for example, it isn't necessarily a ' high yellow'

    I'm not trying to write the rules here, but this has always been my understanding.

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    All these jungles look so unreal, definitely on my wishlist for the future
     
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    Black & Yellow Jungle hatchie

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    SXR Female, Bred by Colin (of course lol ;))

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    That is how I understood it also. Otherwise you could have a 'high yellow' Atherton that was not really yellow at all!

    John your jungles have such a gold look about them. In your pics they look only as thick as a thumb so when they are adults they will be pretty special. One of my little females from you has shed and her face has become a really intense gold. It was there when I got her but it creeps further down with each shed. Beautiful!

    I like this one Josh. I love how jungles are so stout looking :p
     
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    A couple of photos of my jungle....
     
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    Very nice RP Jungle there Perko!!!! Hope you don't mind if i ask who bred that one or whats its lineage is? Good Stuff!!!
     

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