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Spring Breeding

Posted by ghireptile on May 19, 2011 at 7:05 AM Comments comments (0)

It's been a busy season here and there's lots of updates. I've added some really cool morphs to the collection and babies are growing quickly :D


The GHI project is coming along nicely. I don't believe this season will yeild any recessive GHI combos but I might have a small shot at an albino GHI if the odds work in my favor. My GHI het. ghost bred three different female ghosts but only a couple of times each so there was no real follicle development. The same story with my GHI het albino...a small amount of breeding but a female he bred has 25mm follicles so she's my hopeful animal. I am hopeful that a few new GHI combos will be made and if I get eggs from the pairings I will post away.


I have eggs cooking from Inferno x enchi which is exciting for me because I love enchi and enchi combos. An enchiferno isn't too much to ask for is it??? My Pro Exotics desert has been doing a great job breeding and I've got a 14 egg clutch cooking from him now and more females who have gone through their POS's that should be dropping soon. Yesterday I put up a clutch from hidden gene woma/granite/pastel x yellow belly so maybe an inferno will be in there if i'm lucky. I also have eggs from a super enchi lesser and enchi lesser x super pastel and that's a really cool clutch to be sitting on. No GHI eggs so far :( but I am keeping my fingers crossed.


I couldn't be happier with what's been going on in the last year and everything has worked out just like I have wanted it to ;)


Hope everyones season is going well!


Back in the swing of things

Posted by ghireptile on December 26, 2010 at 11:15 PM Comments comments (2)

The site has been down for awhile and there are some changes here. I have had a great time with the arboreals over the years and right now I am settling in with the ball pythons and having fun with them. I have decided to put the arboreals aside for the time being and hope to be working with them again someday. It's so enjoyable working with ball pythons that I have decided to focus all of my attention on them. I had a great 2010 season with both atb's and ball pythons and hopefully I will have the same success in 2011. Enjoy the new site and keep checking back for updates.


Thanks

Matt


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