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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Pasodama, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. Evanthomas

    Evanthomas Active Member

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    Welcome! I saw that T collection and now this reptile collection, I would love to see some pics hahaha. I had pygmy mice in the past they were so cute and had gotten babies a few times from them. Can't wait to see more of your collection :)
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    Pasodama Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the welcome.:)

    My T collection grew, by 5, this past week.
    Still have more on my wishlist ... which keeps growing as well. LoL
    These buggers are so addictive.
    I now have:
    0.0.2 Aphonopelma seemanni
    0.0.2 Avicularia amazonica
    0.0.2 Avicularia sooretama
    0.0.2 Brachypelma baumgarteni
    0.0.1 Brachypelma smithi
    0.1.0 Megaphobema mesomelas
    0.0.1 Nhandu chromatus
    0.0.2 Pterinopelma sazimai
    0.0.1 Tapinauchenius Sp. colombia

    Pygmy mice really are cute.
    I have a 10 gallon tank, with some, and a colony in a 75 gallon tank.
    It's enjoyable watching them go about their business.:)

    I may post photos, of my reptiles/snakes (or at least some of them), at some point. Guess that would go in the vertebrate pet talk section.
    For now, here is an older photo I took of my favorite girl among my Cornsnakes.
    Also just four of the Ball Pythons I have.

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  3. Evanthomas

    Evanthomas Active Member

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    WOW! Beautiful corn! Also I love your ball pythons, I've always wanted one like the one you posted with the stripe down the back and that pretty faded color.
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    Pasodama Well-Known Member

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    Thanks.:)
    Have over 50 Ball Pythons, about 40 Cornsnakes, and the rest of my snakes (different species) puts me at a fair number over 100 snakes (then there are the geckos and other critters).
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    oooh, I'm going to like you. :rolleyes:
    I only have on snake right now, but have had a few different BP and corns in the past. Right now my dad has all my old corns and is trying for some babies this year. What do you call that corn you posted the pic of?
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    Pasodama Well-Known Member

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    Always great to find another reptile/snake lover.:)
    Hope your dad has success with the breeding.
    That Cornsnake's morph is the Palmetto.
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    So cool, unfortunately where I live any corn snakes that are not albino are illegal to own or breed right now.
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    I used to own a savannah monitor, iguana, several green anoles, ball python and a couple geckos... I used to like reptiles a lot but now I'm more into tarantulas.
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