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 H. gigas clutches 2010.

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David Richards
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PostSubject: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Sun 11 Jul - 22:39

Here are the results of the two clutches that I have had so far this year.
1st clutch:




Post shed:




And the second clutch:




And the mother to this clutch:


Thanks,
David.
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Sun 11 Jul - 23:11

beautyfull snaes david they are very high up on my wishlist
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Sun 11 Jul - 23:35

Congrats ! do you feed them baby mice at first ? are they aggressive ?
R.
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Mon 12 Jul - 0:18

congrats
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Mon 12 Jul - 2:33

Thanks very much.

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beautyfull snaes david they are very high up on my wishlist

Thanks, they are a really fun species to keep.

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Congrats ! do you feed them baby mice at first ? are they aggressive ?

They feed on 10-14 day old mice without much encouragement, some prefer to have it scented with trout for the first few feeds. Some are very aggressive and will jump quite an impressive distance when trying to bite, most are quite calm however.

Thanks again,
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Wed 14 Jul - 20:41

WOW Thooose are awsome looking babies.. Im awating a pair of my own this year! Beautiful snake i must say.. congratulations!
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Thu 15 Jul - 11:33

Hi David, you have some great looking babies there. What was the size of the two clutches. One looks like 7 if thats the entire clutch?
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Fri 16 Jul - 4:36

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WOW Thooose are awsome looking babies.. Im awating a pair of my own this year! Beautiful snake i must say.. congratulations!

Thanks, if you want any more then let me know!

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Hi David, you have some great looking babies there. What was the size of the two clutches. One looks like 7 if thats the entire clutch?

Thanks! I had one clutch of 7 good eggs and 2 slugs from an older, larger female and one clutch of 16 (the one in the picture, I removed some of the empty egg shells from the box) from a 3 year old female, breeding for the first time.

Cheers,
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Tue 27 Jul - 17:12

Congratulations David, they look like a lot of fun! I quite fancy getting some of these one day...no room at my current Inn for anything as large as a Falsie though Sad I imagine having 23 hatchlings is keeping your hands quite full at the moment!
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Fri 30 Jul - 5:02

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Congratulations David, they look like a lot of fun! I quite fancy getting some of these one day...no room at my current Inn for anything as large as a Falsie though I imagine having 23 hatchlings is keeping your hands quite full at the moment!

Thanks, they are a lot of fun to keep, especially the small ones!

David.
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Fri 30 Jul - 7:46

I have to admit that I've never been a big fan of this species, but those babies are cute.
Congrats on a nice clutch!
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Fri 28 Jan - 6:43

Another snake on my short list
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PostSubject: Re: H. gigas clutches 2010.   Sat 5 Mar - 8:01

Great pictures, I noticed that Hydrodynastes hatchlings are quite colorful, perhaps more than the adults.
Regards P
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