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Jeremy Irwin
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PostSubject: Some of the stuff I have:   Mon 17 Oct - 23:09

Hope you enjoy, I'm new to the forum but know a couple of the Canadian members here.










































Not a great picture but really shows of the iridescences.


Thanks for looking
Jeremy

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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Tue 18 Oct - 0:08

Some nice looking snakes there essp the greybanded and whitelip
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Tue 18 Oct - 0:18

The Thamnophis specimens are beautiful, as are the Drymarchons( Shades of a 'J & W' Thread...? In my view, that would be a welcome addition to the site) The juvenile Liasis looks like a fine specimen, as well. By the way, Welcome to to the site, Mr. Irwin. Sincerely, Jon Davidson .
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Tue 18 Oct - 1:58

Jon Davidson wrote:
The Thamnophis specimens are beautiful, as are the Drymarchons
Just wanted to write the same!
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Tue 18 Oct - 4:17

Thank you for the kind words. Any place that welcomes Jon as a member must be a good place to be.

Jeremy
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Tue 18 Oct - 7:45

Beautiful Leiopython ! How old are they ? Are they aggressive ?
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Tue 18 Oct - 22:12

Johannes Marchand wrote:
Beautiful Leiopython ! How old are they ? Are they aggressive ?

They where hatched September 2010, so a little over a year old now. The female is the first picture the male is the second photo.

As for their temperament, they are absolutely insane. Once out and in hand they are fine but in the cage they are the most defensive snake I have ever worked with. Great fun though, I like snakes with a good amount of attitude.
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Tue 18 Oct - 22:15

I forgot to include these two:




I've had these two for many years, and breed them pretty much annually.
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Wed 19 Oct - 3:34

That first hortulanus is crazy!! Stunning red colour in that one..!

I've had a Drymarchon melanurus too and it was the most defensive snake I've ever worked with. Smashing agains the windows with full force every time I walked by. I've had to put a towel in front of the glass to protect it from itself, and once out of the cage it was even more psycho... Almost 2 meters of pure evil.

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PostSubject: looking good   Wed 19 Oct - 9:17

Jeremy,that red Amazon is outstanding...and Jon we all miss J & W,it was just about the most fun you could have with your clothes on.
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Wed 19 Oct - 18:07

Nice snakes. Especially Whitelipped Python is stunning.

Best regards, BKK
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Wed 19 Oct - 23:37

Jeremy Irwin wrote:
'Any place that welcomes Jon as a member must be a good place to be'.

Jeremy
Thank you Jeremy. Good to see you here. There are a couple of us Canadian fellows on Venomland(Scotty Allen is a member here). If you can, please post more photographs of your specimens. With Kind Regards, Sincerely, Jon Davidson .
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Thu 20 Oct - 0:11

eric hasler wrote:
'...and Jon we all miss J & W,it was just about the most fun you could have with your clothes on'.
The 'J&W' Thread was certainly popular and educational( all 35 thousand views plus- the several hundred comments, questions and secondary discussions that added to the excellent photographs, good quality information and links to publications and other web sites). Perhaps the elusive and esteemed MODP could be persuaded to join Venomland...? Mr. Irwin, please excuse my off topic comments here in your Thread. Sincerely, Jon Davidson .
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Thu 20 Oct - 2:35

No need to apologize Jon.
As much as we enjoyed the Jumpy and Worthless of what must be almost 5 years ago I think like a lot of things in Herpetoculture in North America things like that are no longer important.

For those that aren’t in on the inside joke that is Jumpy and Worthless the phrase was coined by a fellow snake keeper in Toronto Canada. It came from I believe when he was producing Hydronastes gigas and one of those investment minded keepers said he was not interested in those because they were “jumpy and worthless”.
As a result a small group of keepers myself included refer to any snake that in the “reptile market” is deemed low value and has a less than calm demeanor as jumpy and worthless or J&W for short.

Jeremy

PS The Drymarchon are cage defensive, once I get them out they are all puppy dog tame.
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Thu 20 Oct - 3:34

Jeremy Irwin wrote:

As much as we enjoyed the Jumpy and Worthless of what must be almost 5 years ago I think like a lot of things in Herpetoculture in North America things like that are no longer important.

For those that aren’t in on the inside joke that is Jumpy and Worthless the phrase was coined by a fellow snake keeper in Toronto Canada. It came from I believe when he was producing Hydronastes gigas and one of those investment minded keepers said he was not interested in those because they were “jumpy and worthless”.
As a result a small group of keepers myself included refer to any snake that in the “reptile market” is deemed low value and has a less than calm demeanor as jumpy and worthless or J&W for short.

Jeremy


I think that the 'Jumpy and Worthless' Thread resonated with so many people because of the author's unapologetic disdain for so much of the current generation of Pet Reptile Keepers fascination with man made genetic abnormality and their monetary 'value' within the Pet Reptile Keeping Community. Remember how many individuals remarked that they had never seen or heard of many of the snakes that were depicted in the 'J&W' Thread. For a time(at least on that site), the message appeared to be getting through- that the study of Reptiles(snakes in particular, in this case)is a worthwhile endeavour in and of itself and that reptiles/snakes have an inherent value that far exceeds any commercial or marketplace/monetary value. But heh... Don't get me started(wink). Sincerely, Jon Davidson .
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Mon 7 Nov - 8:56

Nice J&W Jeremy, just how I like them! Specially the Drymarchon
You guys can't believe how much I miss The Jumpy and Worthless original author, all the crew, and the great time we had together. That's good to read both of you again Mr. Davidson and Mr. Irwin.

Forgive me for this little intrusion out of the main subject... Could I share a little picture of my female Pituophis catenifer sayi with you to get back on snake track?

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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Tue 8 Nov - 6:11

Good to see(read) you Justin.

How have you been, still keeping cool stuff? Any more Varanus niloticus breeding going on at your place?
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PostSubject: Re: Some of the stuff I have:   Wed 9 Nov - 8:19

Yes Jeremy, I still got a few thing you that could catch you interest. I kept 4 young V.niloticus and no longer have the parents, so breeding is not in a near futur.

I play with a little something else to occupied my spare time, while those niles slowly grow...



Take care.
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