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Old 04-07-17, 07:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2017 Piebald

One of the hatchlings out of my latest clutch that hatched out 2/28/17. She has the cutest little smiling emoji / pumpkin face as part of her patterning. Thought it was rather interesting.
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Old 04-07-17, 07:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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She's adorable! Lovely animal there.
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She's adorable! Lovely animal there.
Thanks TB! She is quite the character, during her first meal she struck at the hopper and missed and got a mouthful of carefresh and cypress mulch.
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Thanks TB! She is quite the character, during her first meal she struck at the hopper and missed and got a mouthful of carefresh and cypress mulch.
This brings up a question: It appears that there is only a little bit of the substrate in there with the paper towel. Is there a reason for that like gradual introduction or am I reading too deep into it?
Otherwise, I do like that pattern. Thank you.
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This brings up a question: It appears that there is only a little bit of the substrate in there with the paper towel. Is there a reason for that like gradual introduction or am I reading too deep into it?
Otherwise, I do like that pattern. Thank you.
. There is a reason for the small amount of substrate and it's mainly bc they all have had four hopper meals and are less prone to hiding as much. Being in a hatchling tub, I like to give them more room as they put on size. They all will be switching over to f/t rat fuzzies on the next feeding. Thanks for the compliment.

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If I were ever to get a royal morph it would be this snake and I mean this snake, not just any pied. Very pretty-congratulations.
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Fantastic markings Albert,congrats
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She looks so cute!
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If I were ever to get a royal morph it would be this snake and I mean this snake, not just any pied. Very pretty-congratulations.
That's a very nice compliment danny, thanks!

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Sure rich, thank you much.

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She looks so cute!
Tyvm Tsu! She is kind of dressed up. Lol.
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This brings up a question: It appears that there is only a little bit of the substrate in there with the paper towel. Is there a reason for that like gradual introduction or am I reading too deep into it?
Otherwise, I do like that pattern. Thank you.
Oh, and the other thing is that the mouthful of cypress mulch and carefresh happened at her first feeding. I had the tubs cluttered up during that time due to their small size and very scary dispositions. They all have much more confidence and have grown nicely.
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That's class Albert you would have to call that little one joker
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Very nice! Still one of the best looking BP morphs out there in my opinion.
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That's class Albert you would have to call that little one joker
Thanks dave! That's really funny and she hasn't missed her last 3 strikes. Their instincts are amazing when they are so young.

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Very nice! Still one of the best looking BP morphs out there in my opinion.
Thanks em! I most definitely agree with that. And the Eastern Indigo is the best looking colubrid imo.
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Beautiful!
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. Thank you LISA! Looking forward to putting some size on her soon. I think she will take to the f/t rat fuzzies well next feed.
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