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Old 09-22-03, 02:34 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Hey Tim,

I was under the impression that the amount of red varied but all were still the same morph. Can you recommend some reading material on them too? I can find very basic care sheets but I can't find a detailed one or much info on morphs. I wonder what an Albino will be worth....................mmmmmmmmmm Albino.

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I was really close to buying them but I have had bad experiances with WC Man. in the past. But when Angus was trying to sell them to me he told me that they were two differnt morphs. Althougth they are so similar I personally would have no problem breeding the two together. Try www.ratsnake.com or if you can somehow speak Chinese I found a site that has good pics of the different morphs as well as a lot of other cool snakes.
http://unireptile.com/reptile/Snake/China_Snake_web.htm
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Well, you know I just HAVE to ask this questions. What kinds of chameleons were at the show????????

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Not as many as usual as Connie from Arboreal Exotics was not in attendance, but there were some. There was someone who brought so CB baby jacksons, and a bunch of veilds. Im not sure if there were others or not, but that is what I remembered seeing.

Connie should be at next years shows. She always has tons of different types of chameleons

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Invictus and I had a BLAST. We were helping Scales Zoo out at their table, and man is that tiring work! *L* But working with Sheila and Ryan was an awesome experience, you guys rule! Karaoke on Saturday was a blast...I loved it when Tammy was serenaded! *LMAO*!

Anyways, of course, Invictus and I couldn't leave empty handed.

Invictus accquired a WICKED Terrarium from Greg West, and a BEAUTIFUL 6ft male BCI with high black & two female Columbian Rainbow Boas (which are total sweethearts) from Scales Zoo.

I picked up 1.1 BPs from Scales Zoo, the male is a beautiful black back and they're both absolute sweethearts. And, on Tuesday, I'm getting a female Pink Toe Tarantula from Riverfront.

I'm not too sure if Invictus thanked everyone, but, thanks everyone! It was awesome meeting you all and especially partying with you guys!
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Old 09-22-03, 07:38 PM   #36 (permalink)
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I guess I was the last one home today, but that comes with maturity!!
I would like to thank the TARAS Executive for their hard work - without their efforts a new venue could have been a disaster.
I have never been very good at remembering names, but faces I never forget, so thanks for a great week-end goes to Walter, Lowell, Steve Chandler and his lovely lady, Tim Smith and his daughter Stacey for their help, Scott, Jason and Henry and all the smiling faces and "pierced navels" that adorned the building.
I hope to see you next year..... Dave S.
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LOL....Tim....I can't listen to summer nights either without hearing Tim....sooo funny!!!

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Well this time I did not leave a show empty handed!!! I might have gone a bit overboard but how often does a great show like come around?? To start with I would thank everyone who helped me and my boyfriend out, and my crazy friend who freaked at all the spider molts And to everyone who we meet here.
So here it goes, I will get pics up asap: I got three red-eyed tree frogs, 2.2 leopard geckos( 1 tr.albino, 1 hypo, 1 patternless het for RW, and 1 hypo tang) and I got the cutest little Childerns python ever!!!!!!!!!! After seeing her my BF deceided to get one of his own, so he got a boy And he also picked up the nicest male veiled, so big too! So needless to say the ride home was a bit packed But that's all good............I am still so excited, Yipee
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ahh well it looks like all of my frogs sold, but i couldn't go home empty handed so i picked up a bearded dragon from dna reptiles, and wow he has some amazing colors in him and ate right away. next show i am hoping to pick up a borneo short tail python or a ball python, can't wait. well it was a good show and hopefully we will be back at the u of c next year.
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Well, RedDragon already covered the thanks from our end. I can't wait for the next one. It's always so depressing when the teardown begins at the end of the show. It was also nice to meet some of you for the first time (Kara who FINALLY said hi to us, Wuntu Menny, Tim & Julie, David Kwok, etc.)

But, as usual, I forogt my digital camera on both days, so I have no pictures to share. But, I did get pics of our new acquisitions which will be posted shortly.
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To start with I would thank everyone who helped me and my boyfriend out, and my crazy friend who freaked at all the spider molts
A lot of people freaked out about that T molt. One girl started to cry. I thought it was a good educational peice which it was because no one knew that T's did that, so I explained the process about a million times. But wow some of the reactions.........I will have to bring a bigger one next time! TB
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Kara...The children's pythons you mentioned in your previous post....were they the ones you bought from David? He's not the greatest bookkeeper and forgot to put a name on the invoice!! Also was the veiled chameleon one of ours as well?
Hope you enjoy all your new acquisitions - it's like Christmas early isn't it......Andrea.
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Dave was just teasing me with those Savu pythons! Awsome snakes.
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Andrea: Yes we did buy the Childerns from David....feed them last night and wow were they ever fast at taking the food! I was so happy and proud The chameleon was the big boy that....the name is escaping me right now but I will find it in a bit, he had a lot of spiders and other arachnids, ear tunnels.....I will have to find the name now or I will go crazy!!!!!!
And yes, I know I FINALLY said hi to Erin and Ken I was very nice to finally meet you too
I will post some pics very soon, once I actually get some spare time.
But I did come up with a name for the little childerns, it is: Keilana, it means adored one. Pretty huh!
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Hi Kara - Glad you liked the children's pythons - they sound as if they are settling in very well already - the book-keeping is up to date!!
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