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Posted by BrianSmith on May 10, 2003 at 14:54:18:
In Reply to: This is for you Ben,.. enjoy. Purple male & Lavender female posted by tango on May 10, 2003 at 07:48:58:
Thank you very much. Yes, I am trying desperately to get "every color in the rainbow",... but it is sometimes hard to accomplish because the breeders are out of stock. Just yesterday I talked to Bob Clark and asked for a trio of Albino Dwarf Jampeas, only to find out that he's out and I'll have to wait till some new babies hatch.
Mostly I have different morphs of the retics, burmese, rocks, and some hybrids. But i also do a couple dozen other species as well such as several blood python species, carpet species, ground boas, other Molurus pure breeds, and many species and or subspecies of boa constrictor. My wife has some extensive colubrid projects with numerous tricolor species too. But for the pythons and boas this is really just the tip of the iceberg. I fully intend to eventually have at least a pair of every species (unless it is one that is already overpopulated such as the normal burmese) and large colonies of each popular morph or rare python/boa. As there are still MANY to acquire or raise, my next decade is jam packed with things to do. lol.
:Very nice colors. Seems like you have every color of the rainbow at your place. I know you've probably answered this before but how many and what species do you keep?
::I was having a hard time trying to get both of these retics to hold still so I finally held the male and laid his head in the cage. These are both 26 months old. The female is 14+ feet and the male is about 9. Both are Bob Clark Stock.