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Mario Lutz
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PostSubject: Our Boas.....   Sun 18 May - 12:48

Well we are not very much into color morph breeding here at herpaworld..
besides our cornsnakes we only have some colored Boas and Pythons...

today, i like to introduce you to the J.Gee Hypos....
all Picture been taken by Jeff....




this couple is anerystic DBL het Ghost




this couple is DBL het Snow




this couple, as you can read is hypomelanistic and DBL het sunglow

and the last couple:




and a nice hypomelanistic pair.. you should see them in nature to appreciate...

the point in breeding them here is: the market, even locally, ask for it... yup, easy at it is
we need to finance our conservation and rescue programs as we still are private funded. i dont see any wrong in financing our operations here with high breed colored morphs. there you see, how man made animals can be supportive to their wild cousins...

i know - lots of the serious guys don't like colormorphs - i have to say, i dont mind them, and some morphs are just awesome... just take a look at an lavender albino reticulated python or on a sungkow albino boa, then you know what i am talking about.. anyway, it will remain controversy - just in my opinion, both sides of the hobby have a place, and that folks only breed color morphs and dont care about the pure ssp. is just crap - we get some Boa constrictor sabogae here from Robert Meidinger, hopefully by August this year, and i do have other - pure Boas here...


hope you like it...


cheers
Mario

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Gavin Carpenter
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PostSubject: Re: Our Boas.....   Tue 20 May - 4:26

Those hypos are really nice!! Some of the color morphs are really unbelievable and I see you also like the lavender albino retics ! They are gorgeous and the only thing stopping me from getting a couple is space!! They get so big!
What can I say!I just love all snakes!!! hehe
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PostSubject: Re: Our Boas.....   Tue 20 May - 21:21

Gavin Carpenter wrote:
Those hypos are really nice!! Some of the color morphs are really unbelievable and I see you also like the lavender albino retics ! They are gorgeous and the only thing stopping me from getting a couple is space!! They get so big!

Cheers
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Hopefully superdwarfs will soon be availabe as lavender albino Wink
I do prefer the "natural" patterns, when it comes to retics. Amazing and impressive animals!

I'm not much of a Boa constrictor man, but the hypomelanistic pair (last pics), are really nice
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PostSubject: Re: Our Boas.....   Wed 21 May - 21:11

WOULD LOVE TO SEE THESE GUYS SOON MAN!!
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PostSubject: Re: Our Boas.....   Fri 23 May - 12:48

Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder! A photo of a Lavender Retic to feast the eyes Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Our Boas.....   Fri 30 May - 1:01

matt yuyek wrote:
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder! A photo of a Lavender Retic to feast the eyes Wink

Matt, it looks like a...
Chinese lavender reticulated python

Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Our Boas.....   Fri 30 May - 12:38

Ya right, Andrew. That snake even eats noodles with sweet and sour mice toppings!!! Laughing
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PostSubject: Lavender Retic   Fri 30 May - 12:57

Hey Matt now you make me want to get them even more!! I think I must move into a tent in the garden so I can use the bedroom as a retic cage!!!
They are really stunning!
Thanks for the pic!
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PostSubject: Re: Our Boas.....   Fri 30 May - 16:54

matt yuyek wrote:
Ya right, Andrew. That snake even eats noodles with sweet and sour mice toppings!!! Laughing

sounds yummy matt!
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