the jungle thread

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  1. ronhalling

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    [MENTION=10062]notechistiger[/MENTION], I never get sick of seeing your KP Jungles, they have the kind of yellow in them that just seems to pop whether inside with artificial light or sunlight. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) -ronhalling
     
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    And the original thread is back...
     
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    Great to have the thread back, but is there anyway to see the missing original photos?? Like on this thread; https://aussiepythons.com/forum/showthread.php/88187-jungle-carpet . Really keen to see what they looked like. I don't seem to have any of the photos, and most of them on this thread are missing to me as well.
     
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    Checking it out now mate
     
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    Hey Richard,

    Sorry for the delay mate, had some serious issues at work which is cutting into my normal recreational time.

    Ill look at it tonight after the upgrade to fix the space issue
     
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    nothing like a nice jungle.


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    Humidity & misting/spritzing water spraying...

    Hello! I am not very good at using this forum yet, so please bare with me if I get it wrong... BUT in response to the question on whether it is necessary or worth misting, I do it, almost daily. And have soaked/bathed my jungle carpet python (Morelia spilota cheynei) in water too. She is clean and healthy and has even had a swim in a large tub! My girl will tolerate the spritzing with water, depending on the weather... the water being appreciated in warmer weather, and sometimes something that stirs her and causes her to hurry on her way in cooler weather/temperatures. I also keep live Tillandsia (spanish moss/old man's beard plant) in her enclosure, she loves it and has had it since day 1. So when I spray this, I have found her navigate her way about the enclosure to it, to get damp with it! I have also upsized her drinking dish to accomodate her for the upcomming summer this year (2016). It's a large square ceramic dish some form of kitchenware. DreamsSs, ours, is doing well. Thanks for asking about this, I hope I find more interesting points in this thread too! The pictures are amazing, these are exquisite animals of God. Such sentience and so enchanting... From, CaitlinK.
     
  10. onimocnhoj

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    A few various thoroughbreds for those who still like them..
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  12. onimocnhoj

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    Thanks Vamps,

    Here are a few more..

    Pale Tablelands.
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    My homegrown (100% certain of lineage and so on) version of a Zebra looking number
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    A 5th generation K. Aland line.
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    some very nice jungles john
     
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    Love that pale tablelands.
     
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    Cheers guys,

    Here's another freak of mine..

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    Linebred, so polygenic, hypermelanistic jungle?
     
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    Still doing the maths mate, but can rule out polygenic inheritance.
     
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    Can anyone tell me what type of jungle this is, sorry about the photo will upload more soon

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