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Phillip

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What do you do when you love the looks of your baby greybands? Simple you buy the parents as well. :) Picked these beauties up at the last reptile show. enjoy

Phil
 

Phillip

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same snake different pic....

Another shot of female number one. She's a great example of a classic greyband nice and clean.

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Phillip

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female number 2....

This one is much darker but still way cool looking.

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head shot....

Female 2 up close and personal.

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Phillip

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and the male...

The male here has a nice orange wash all over him that makes him somewhat unique looking. I personally prefer the 1st female but this guy is a close second.

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another shot of the male....

Great temper on all three of these snakes as well.

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as up close as it gets.....

Too bad the macro wars weren't allowing non invert pics. :)
enjoy

Phil
 

atavuss

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looks like you spent a good chunk of money on those Phil, nice pictures! are you going to start a breeding project with them? unusual that adult size gray bands would be for sale. I hear the hatchlings can be difficult to start to feed on pinks. I have always wanted a gray band, never got around to buying one yet.
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She looks really cute, I mean her facial expression there. I know, I'm imagining things, but I just think that she is really cute. Wow.
 

Phillip

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Yes they are breeders.

Ed
You're right it is unusual to see adults for sale and that's why I snatched them up. They've only been bred for 2 years and were the parents of the young ones I got a while back. They can be a challenge to get feeding but with geckoes for scenting and feeding it isn't that bad. It just takes a bit more time and effort than some species. But the deal was such that I couldn't pass it up. Especially when they should produce in a few months.

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Phil they are real lookers,
Can't wait until they have eggs, and you bring the offspring to the show. Maybe you can give me or pategirl a deal.... hehe. Later.

DPS
 
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