windora stimmies

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  1. carpetsnake

    carpetsnake Well-Known Member

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    got a pair of windorah stimmies last night .1 month old.
    really nice snakes pics soon.
     
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    Good choice carpet snake :D I quite like the look of Windorah stimmies,
    Cant wait to see the pics.
     
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    never heard of them! you must post pics, they sound itneresting...
     
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    Windorah is the locale also known as SW QLD Stimmies

    probably some of my favourites in my collection especially for tempermant. They can get nice and chunky too :)

    Here's what they will look like as adults......
     

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    If i were to get more ants, i would get some of these, very nice critters. I spent some time looking for them in bat caves and stuff, back before i had seen any pics or knew they where in captive collections, but only during the day(im normally not flipping stuff either) so not suprising i didnt see any.

    How big do they grow?
     
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    mine would be close to a metre and going on 4 years now. They don't seem to be gaining to much more length but are getting girthier and chuncky
     
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