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Posted by Tim Schroeder on May 04, 2003 at 03:18:06:
In Reply to: Thanks to all of you that have contributed to this study,... posted by BrianSmith on May 02, 2003 at 21:34:25:
tracyae or carinata, let me know :)
:Great thanks to each of you that have taken the time to post your favorite pythons and to directly contribute a WEALTH of valueable data and information. This treasure trove of herper opinion will certainly help me to better decide which pythons to invest my time and energies into in the very near future. I read all that you said Yasser about the halmahera and like-species and I agree that these should be focused on. Perhaps we should discuss possible projects in greater detail in the days to come.
: Again, to all of you that have posted and to those that will post after this, I can't begin to tell you how much I appreciate your imput. It really makes my decisions SO much easier. And hopefully this can help other breeders too. If anyone wants a breakdown of how this survey/study came out just email me and I should have something completed in a few short days. Hopefully I can get much more data by then too.
::Hello fellow forum members. I am currently running a market research study (of sorts) in the retic forum and the burm forum, trying to get a better idea on which morphs or species are more popular, favored or desired in an attempt to try to better balance the future market by not breeding what isn't in demand,.. and by breeding more of what IS. Now I would like to do this same study here on all the rest of the python species. There are really too many to list so I'll try to make this simple and ask you one easy question: If you could have any 10 pythons in the world,.... what would they be,... and why? It doesn't matter what species, what morph, or how much they cost. Any 10 pythons,... what are they? (if you have a burm or retic related snake please post it in those forums, thanks)
::Here are mine:
::1. Diamond python. Because they are beautiful and a challenge to breed.
::2. Black headed python. I have a new interest in breeding these.
::3. Woma. I have recently been drawn to the orange phase.
::4. Barneck scrub. I have a recent interest in breeding all Australian species.
::5. Macklots python.
::6. Olive python. Beautiful snakes.
::7. Lesser Rock python. (Natalensis) I want a different rock.
::8. Water python.
::9. Papuan python. }because I just want them.
::10. Savu python.