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Sunday, October 20th 2013, 9:56pm

Chilabothrus exsul

Hello everybody,
It has been quite a year for me, hence my absence from the forum.
On the collection side, a friend of mine surprised us with a litter of 6 baby exsul. The old male passed away during the breeding season so I consider this a miracle litter. There are only 4 female exsul here in the US that I am aware of, and they are very, very old (30+ years).
There is a lone surviving baby from last year so if all the babies survive that will allow us to work with a group of 7 exsul. Sexes are unknown but one cannot be choosy at this point.

Anyway, here are some photos for your enjoyment.
Best regards,
Jeff
babies1-3

babies 4-6

one of these babies survived from last year-only 3 were born live
Best regards,
Jeff Murray
http://s352.photobucket.com/home/boidsonly

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Monday, October 21st 2013, 9:53am

Great Work! I wish you all the best for this litter and for future breedings with them!

regards Kai

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Monday, October 21st 2013, 5:23pm

:wie-geil:
Gratulation!
And good luck with breeding projekts in future :)
Don´t know if there are any Exsuls in Germany at all.

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Monday, October 21st 2013, 8:09pm

Jeff,

Always a pleasure to see these babies, birth off the year. Have congratulated him numorous times :) A shame that the male has died but given there age then it was just it´s time i guess. Hopefully the baies will thrive and grow up, sow there will be more off these amazing boas in captivity in the futher. Keep up the good work.



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Don´t know if there are any Exsuls in Germany at all.

As far as i know then there have been Exsul in Germany some years ago. But where they are now, i have no idear.

Kind regards

Peter

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