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Posted by terryp on April 13, 2003 at 12:12:56:

In Reply to: Capes seem to be breeding a lot lately, thanks to all who... posted by gofer on April 11, 2003 at 00:13:04:

The pic that used to be on Steve Weissman's web site doesn't do them justice. I was in Santa Cruz last year for a couple days and was hoping to get to see Steve's serpenterium. Steve was real sick the time I was in Santa Cruz so I didn't go to see him. I wanted to see the albinos in person and talk to him some more on them. My partner Del visited Steve's serpenterium a couple years ago when he picked up the albino bulls and the normal capes we currently have. I use the word albino for Steve's bulls and capes because that is the term he uses. Anyway, the pics you post and a few others I've seen lately from others show a killer looking snake. I'm talking color not a different snake. I remember the one on Steve's web site was probably the second year he produced and only hets were available at the time, but it was probably a bad pic of the snake. Do you happen to remember the pic on his web site? Do you think that pic didn't do them justice.? Thanks Gregg.


:helped me earlier this year with these guys. I'll keep you posted if i get any eggs soon. Each time i put them together they start attempting to breed. So hopefully all goes well from here on out.
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:Have a good one,
:Gregg F.




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