Thinking about possible pairings 2019

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  1. Neil j

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    Can’t view any of those attachments, soz bro
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    I’m trying to prove out a few snakes this season. I have a 100% het T+ female to be bred with a T+ albino/100% het marble male & a marble/100%T+. My problem will be working out which male did the deed, as offspring will be similar. Any tips besides watching them 24/7?
     
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    I’ve got a few planned
    Hypo tristripe coastal x hypo tristripe coastal
    Tristripe coastal x ghost pure coastal
    Murray x Murray
    Albino x hypo zeb poss het albino
    Striped caramel coastal (f3) x caramel coastal (f2)
    I’ve got another large striped female im considering breeding as well


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    Sorry Barry I deleted it cause I was mega embarrassed. Doesn’t seem to be a lot of activity on the forums anymore.
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    Definitely going to pair my Lester ax jungle pair this season
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    @Barry, never duel sire recessive genetics. I learnt that the hard way
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    Now I got to prove these are het axanthic because I used a tiger jungle over the tiger female aswell

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    If they do prove out they carry some nice genetics
     
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    Thanks SS I pretty sure they are het axanthic just from the Polly traits but as it come to the crunch to breed them this year it is foot in mouth stuff.
    They are the best stripes from what I called suspected hets so fingers crossed. And only yearlings but the female is 2kg plus now.
    Thank you
     
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    That’s going to be awesome Neil, foot in mouth only if you don’t try , heart might miss a beat or 2 while you’re waiting on outcome though
     
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    Holy **** that's a healthy feeding regime you got them on
     
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    Put my male T+ in with my female het yesterday, think she’s in love or she thinks she’s a rattlesnake ( inserts laughter) tip of her tail was going 100/mps. Looked rather bored when I put my male marble in for a meet & greet.
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    4 weeks ago started introducing these 2 , 1 week on 1 week off. Thought they did the deed first night. Went to remove my male this morning from the cosy plate and found the female sunny side up, is this too early to be a sign? 8172D38B-F9BF-4A5C-A72A-F80AF205E305.jpeg
     

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