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Saturday, August 24th 2013, 10:52pm

Various inornatus,

Hello,

Today when i was cleaning the snakes i had brougth my camera, thougth i would take a few pictures. Dident get through them all but here is some of the inornatus collection.

Adult 0.1

Adult 1.0

Subadult 1.0

Adult 0.1

Adult 1.0

The last pair is a bit speciel to me, ealier this year i went to a zoo in CZ where i brougth with me two of my baby inornatus from my litter last year. I traded with the zoo and came home with 1.1 unrelated animals, to the others wich are being kept here in private collections, as far as i know then i am the only one other then the zoo wich has any from this blood line :D

Subadult 0.1

Subadult 1.0

It is hard capturing there color, as they vary from day to day.

Hope you will enjoy.

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Saturday, August 24th 2013, 11:03pm

Beautiful Chilabothrus ;) Thanks!

I'll have to check my room capacity :D
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Sunday, August 25th 2013, 10:09am

Beautiful Chilabothrus ;) Thanks!

i can not confirm with this Name. badly. ;) :D
but beautiful snakes. :thumbup:

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Tuesday, August 27th 2013, 8:17pm

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Beautiful Chilabothrus ;) Thanks!

I'll have to check my room capacity :D

All i can say is go for it, they are a fantastic species to Work with :D



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i can not confirm with this Name. badly. ;) :D
but beautiful snakes. :thumbup:

I can agree with you there, but in time i hope the name will grow on me. But i think i will be calling them Epicrates for years to come.



Thanks for the cind Words.



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Wednesday, August 28th 2013, 6:59pm

Hi Peter,

thats torture!
You know i do not have the space for them right now... ;) (but juveniles aren't that big... :D )


Especially the female on the fourth Picture and the last two specimens are great to look at.
Congratulations to your fantastic stock of West Indian Boas. :thumbsup:


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Sunday, September 1st 2013, 11:01am

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Hi Peter,

thats torture!
You know i do not have the space for them right now... ;) (but juveniles aren't that big... :D )


Especially the female on the fourth Picture and the last two specimens are great to look at.
Congratulations to your fantastic stock of West Indian Boas. :thumbsup:


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Sorry Patrick :D

What can i say...... i love it.

Correct, they dont take up that much space rigth now :D sow stop by my table in Houten and see them in real life. Once you see them in person, you cant resist.

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Sunday, September 1st 2013, 5:21pm

Once you see them in person, you cant resist.


Hi Peter,

I fear so. :D


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sow stop by my table in Houten and see them in real life


Whean I get the Chance I will stop by for a visit. BUT I wont take any money with me for sure. That way I should be safe. :D :D


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Monday, September 2nd 2013, 1:08pm

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Whean I get the Chance I will stop by for a visit. BUT I wont take any money with me for sure. That way I should be safe. :D :D
Not a problem Patric, i take VISA :D :D

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Monday, September 2nd 2013, 4:46pm

Not a problem Patric, i take VISA

Tja, dumm gelaufen Patrick ;)
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Monday, September 2nd 2013, 4:50pm

Good, that I do not own a VISA-Card. ;)

Peter do you take marbles, shells or buttons instead?

:D :D

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Tuesday, September 3rd 2013, 8:15pm

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Peter do you take marbles, shells or buttons instead?
Ha ha ha i will give it some thougth ;)

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