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He would be O.K. for his first 2 years, but then . . . .>


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Posted by terryp on April 19, 2003 at 08:40:09:

In Reply to: You know, I've been thinking...Bairdi's should live in Iowa. posted by Hurley on April 18, 2003 at 20:13:18:

he may get a little nervouse after he looses his crossbars and he developes stripes and has alot of colors on the edges of his scales. LOL. That is something you pointed out about his color and pattern as a hatchling being very close to some habitat in Iowa. If they were native to Iowa you might not be able to possess and breed for sales like your bullsnake restrictions. Good luck Hurley. Hold back a male from your clutch and breed him back to your female. That makes a good mate for your big female.

:...since their camoflage works so well here. ;) Caught a pic of one of my little '02 males on the tree outside. I was just amazed how well he blended in with the bark. Can't wait to see how Lyle's colors mature out. I'm hoping he'll color up nicely and make a good pairing for my big Bairdi gal. :)

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"Lyle" - '02 male Texas Bairdi (locality unknown)

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