Show us Your Ants! The Antaresia Appreciation Thread!

Sdaji

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I love Marbled Children's! Visuals and hets are hatching, it's so exciting! Hoping some of these will turn out even better than last year's holdbacks!

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[doublepost=1518148965,1510725642][/doublepost]Some very nice Antaresia... in my own biased opinion :p

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Oh my! That silvery one is a stunner
 

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Love this thread. Already posted these elsewhere but why not here too? :D
Pygmy python (Antaresia perthensis)
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Wheatbelt stimsons python (Antaresia stimsoni)
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And an adult blonde mac pair but the pics are terrible
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Banana spotted project:
Whats a banana mac? Also are those tillandsias I see? :D
 

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Bananas are what I call my project, due to them being yellow and speckled. They look like bananas! :) I'm trying to emphasise through breeding the yellow spots on their flanks and belly. And yes, it's a tillandsia - I've got heaps of them and the one in the background is my largest. It's bigger than a basketball.
 

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Bananas are what I call my project, due to them being yellow and speckled. They look like bananas! :) I'm trying to emphasise through breeding the yellow spots on their flanks and belly. And yes, it's a tillandsia - I've got heaps of them and the one in the background is my largest. It's bigger than a basketball
Awesome! I grow a few myself :) Well, not so many anymore but I used to.
 
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Dragonlover, so sorry to hear about your little lady. Breeding and keeping them is such a joy. Pm me if you need to track down an almost adult
 

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Good times! A few marbled clutches already out of the egg and a few more to come :) Some from het mums, some from visual. Really happy with how the holdbacks are turning out, and this season's babies are spectacular! All those blue eyes!

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