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New Pictures of My Collection


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Posted by Taceas on May 07, 2003 at 03:00:39:

Well the storms again tonight kept me inside, so I thought I'd take some new pictures of my babies.

Let's start with my two adults:


Here's Diablo as I found him when I lifted his hide, for cage cleaning this evening. He just shed yesterday, perty ain't he?

Here are a couple of shots of Diablo's gal, Hecate. I think she may be gravid, as her lower half is starting to "fatten up" to my eyes.


Here she is with her moist hide/laying chamber. To me this kind of shows her chubbiness as of late, anyone else thinks she appears gravid/ovulating?

And now for the babes of the house:


Group shot, I think I'll have to staple the charcoal to the floor to get a picture of his entire body (j/k).


My Okeetee, Ungeheuer. He's growing like a weed!


My Reverse Okeetee, Trix. She's a sweetie.



Like I said, he's hard to get to sit still, so I had to resort to holding him. This picture somewhat shows the lemon yellow he's getting on his throat. =D


Here's the 3 main ones all piled on top of one another. =)

Sorry for the spam of pics, I was just really bored tonight.


Misty


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