Woma locations

Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by ClausWandborg, Feb 12, 2019.

  1. ClausWandborg

    ClausWandborg New Member

    Joined:
    Feb 5, 2019
    Messages:
    1
    Likes Received:
    0
    Gender:
    Male
    Hello guys.
    I have 4 different womas, and I was wondering if any of you could tell me, what localities they look like, or what I should look for myself.

    I'm thinking that they might be a mishmash of different bloodlines, and localities.
    Since they are CB animals, and located in Denmark with me.

    I'll post some pictures of them.

    Best regards from Denmark, Claus.
    --- Automatic Post Merged, Feb 12, 2019, Original Post Date: Feb 12, 2019 ---
    This here is my biggest female.

    woma hun 1,,,,.jpeg

    woma hun 1,,,.jpeg

    woma hun 1,,.jpeg

    woma hun 1,.jpeg

    woma hun 1.jpeg
    --- Automatic Post Merged, Feb 12, 2019 ---
    my second female

    womahun2.jpeg

    womahun2,.jpeg

    womahun2,,.jpeg

    womahun2,,,.jpeg
    --- Automatic Post Merged, Feb 12, 2019 ---
    My biggest male

    womahan1.jpeg

    womahan1,.jpeg

    womahan1,,.jpeg

    Smallest male. He is 660 g

    womse1.....jpeg

    womse1....jpeg

    womse1...jpeg

    womse1..jpeg
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Feb 13, 2019
  2. Sdaji

    Sdaji Almost Legendary

    Joined:
    Jun 28, 2004
    Messages:
    7,147
    Likes Received:
    507
    Location:
    Victoria
    Second female and biggest male look like cross locality animals, probably SA x NT, I'd guess more NT blood than SA, but it's very difficult to tell with crosses especially after the F1 generation.

    The other two I'd also hesitantly guess to be mixed locality but it's harder to say.

    Pretty difficult to be sure about locality with Womas from most populations without their history, but these look mixed. Without history you definitely won't be able to identify them to a specific region. You do get pure Womas which look a bit like your first one in parts of the NT, but it's not really typical.
     

Share This Page