|Posted by ghireptile on July 21, 2013 at 7:45 AM||comments (2)|
I haven't been keeping up with my BLOG here because it seems to be a Facebook era right now. The season is going very well with lots of babies starting to hatch! I'll have some nice GHIs and GHI combos for sale including 2012 animals and a few proven breeder males. Coral glows are hatching along with pastel yellow belly phantoms, which are very cool! I'm looking forward to making super specials this season too...love 'em! I picked up a male super gravel and he's beautiful. I'm very excited to be working with this gene and with a super there's no guesswork as to whether a baby is gravel or not. I'll have some new animals up for sale on here and on Facebook.
|Posted by ghireptile on December 7, 2012 at 11:10 PM||comments (0)|
Even though it's almost 2013, 2012 is still going strong here! I was lucky enough to produce lots of cool babies and obtain some hard to get morphs. I've had my eye on new projects...really cool stuff! I've gotten into the blackhead project with two male blackhead combos. Hopefully I can make blackheads this season. Here's a new one for the collection!
|Posted by ghireptile on September 18, 2012 at 6:55 PM||comments (0)|
It's been a great season so far with the exception of the yellow and purple ball below not making it. I don't know what it was but it was very cool. I'll repeat the same breeding this season to see if I can get lucky again!
Here are some babies that I am very happy to have hatched recently.
Goldblush Mojave GHI
Goldblush Mojave Coral Glow
Pastel Lesser Enchi
There ya go...just a few!
I am updating my availability page tonight and will continuously have animals available for sale anywhere from pastels to coral glows!
|Posted by ghireptile on July 21, 2012 at 7:35 AM||comments (0)|
The baby season is just starting and here are a couple of standouts!
I was able to produce my first recessive GHI combo recently and here he is...a ghost GHI!
This one definitely puzzles me. I have a female pastel enchi that was bred by a pastel ivory. This is the first time the pastel enchi has produced a clutch and I don't get it. I have a breeder coral glow male but did not have him in this pairing. This animal doesn't seem to have coral glow eyes and they don't look albino. I'm stumped!
|Posted by ghireptile on June 25, 2012 at 5:20 PM||comments (0)|
|Posted by ghireptile on May 29, 2012 at 11:05 PM||comments (0)|
I'm not the greatest Blog poster so sorry for the lapse in updates. The season is going as expected and I am very excited to have my coral glow male breeding multiple females!!! I've just been backing up other males so it's a toss up whether he'll sire any clutches or not. He's been with a couple of pastel GHIs which has me on pins and needles! I've also had a mojo GHI breeding a coral glow which will be a cool combo. I've got a het. albino GHI female due to lay soon and she was bred by an albino so maybe we'll see an albino GHI this season!
I'll get some photos posted soon...really...I promise I will this time :roll:.
Hope everyone has a great season and I'm looking forward to seeing more GHIs produced out there this season!
|Posted by ghireptile on August 6, 2011 at 10:05 AM||comments (0)|
Ever since I first saw an enchi inferno combo it's been a goal of mine to make one. I produced my first one a couple of weeks ago and here he is.
It was a great clutch with other amazing combos in it including a pair of pastel yb enchis. I'll post pics of the clutch soon.
|Posted by ghireptile on July 6, 2011 at 9:17 PM||comments (0)|
I am so happy with coming across the GHI project in '07...what a lucky find! The GHIs are one of my favorite morphs and the colors they have into adulthood are incredible. Here's a photo of an 1800 gram female pastel GHI...look at those colors! The pastel coloring is awesome for an adult ball and the silver flames are just intense. I've never seen ball pythons change color from day to night like GHIs do. They are just an all around great morph to have!
|Posted by ghireptile on July 2, 2011 at 10:03 PM||comments (0)|
Here's a shot of two male hidden gene woma enchis I hatched recently. The colors on them are amazing already and it's gonna be great watching them gain the enchi coloring!
|Posted by ghireptile on June 18, 2011 at 7:29 AM||comments (0)|
Well my most anticipated clutch of the season so far has hatched. I bred an inferno (hidden gene woma/pastel/granite/yellow belly) to an enchi and got 7 eggs. The final results are 2.0 hidden gene woma enchis, 0.2 pastel enchis, 0.1 hidden gene woma granite enchi, 0.1 pastel granite, and one normal. It's a great result and I am looking forward to the next clutch of eggs hatching from the same male to another enchi female! Here are a few photos of babies right out of the eggs.
Hidden gene woma enchi
Hidden gene woma granite enchi