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Posted by terryp on May 12, 2003 at 09:18:02:
In Reply to: Brindle Black Rat posted by cunninghamselaphe on May 11, 2003 at 20:06:42:
Next you'll be posting a pic of a lavender black rat snake. LOL. Looks like you mixing Old World and New World in your collection really nice. Thanks Rick for posting pics of some very nice snakes. You posted a great variation of what you can get and work with from US breeeders. Of course, and don't get all excited, I didn't see any pics of your beauties. No rush, just sometime when you're in the mood and shooting pics how about posting a few of those beauties you have. Terry Cox is right. Alot of people are looking at and enjoying these pics (I have for the last several years you've done it) and will be interested in getting some. They may not post or ask any questions now, but it plants a nice seed in their head. People email me asking where do I get this or that in Old World. There's several fine US breeders who can provide them with some outstanding captive bred Old World now. Alot of people are still leaning towards imports and/or think it has to be imported because they don't know of a US breeder. There are some very good US breeders producing some great Old World rat snakes and this pic posting should show them that there are. There is still a viable need for importing for US breeders to get bloodlines and physical variances so that they produce the best snakes they can. Great pic posting Rick, I enjoyed it very much. I'll let my wife know about the other snakes I didn't know you would be producing. LOL. I imagine some of the people are still in awe and haven't posted or emailed you. Good luck
:Here is one of my brindles.