Once or twice very year, we find ourselves with holdbacks
that need to move up and not enough space. I'm in that situation big time
right now and am cutting back a few breeders and holdbacks to make some room.
Some of these I REALLY hate to see go but sometimes you have to pick your
PGBP-M-1 or PGBP-M-2; Pastel Ghost Ball Python Males; 375g
I have an odd predicament with my pastel ghosts. I have a good looking adult male that's a stud and I also have THE prettiest pastel ghost I've ever seen. I'm leaning more towards keeping the 2010 holdback and replacing dad but I'll keep whichever one doesn't sell. Pair one of these up with the het ghost females below for instant pastel ghosts! Both of these are great eaters on mice or rats.
SBP-M-2; Spider Ball Python Male; 900g
This is an incredible spider, one of the prettiest I've seen. He got him as a baby from Gib in 2007. He's been a great breeding but we have our bumblebee breeder male now so don't really need him. He eats anything.
PBP-M-4; Pastel Ball Python Male; 1100g
This guy has been a great breeder, unfortunately we have no need for him now with breeder bees and blasts.
2010-AXBP-M01; 2010 VPI Axanthic Ball Python Male; 450g
Technically this guy isn't a holdback but I thought maybe he'd get more attention here. He's 450g already and should be more than ready to breed next year. He's not the prettiest axanthic we've offered but he's far from ugly and is holding his colors pretty well. He eats anything he's offered.
HRAXBP-F-2; Adult Het Red Axanthic Female; 2590g
I've been a red axanthic fan for years and have invested quite a bit in them (this girl alone was almost $2000 a few years ago). Unfortunately, I've lost some interest in them and would prefer to focus on other projects. This girl is a MONSTER! There's also no question about her lineage, she has a ton of red in her. She prefers live rats. Think about picking the other girl and het red male up as a package deal!
HRAXBP-F-3; Adult Het Red Axanthic Female; 1350g
I've been a red axanthic fan for years and have invested quite a bit in them (this girl alone was almost $2000 a few years ago). Unfortunately, I've lost some interest in them and would prefer to focus on other projects. This girl bred for the first time this year and unfortunately slugged out (5). She's a little light on weight still but will fatten up quickly. She eats live mice or rats. Think about picking the other girl and het red male up as a package deal!
HRAXBP-M-2; Adult Het Red Axanthic Male; 920g
This guy is a stud and has bred well the past two years, he'll eat anything live. He was bought directly from Ralph Davis for a ridiculous amount of money. Think about picking the two het red girls up with him as a package deal!
This is a long and complicated one. Basically, I've been able to continually produce some odd offspring from a pair of snakes. One year one of the babies was INSANE but died halfway out of the egg. This group includes the pastel possible het genetic stripe male and the 'normal' female that produce these babies as well as a 1.2 holdback group from 2008 and a 2011 male. I can provide further pictures and information to anybody interested.
Double Ghost Project
This is another complicated one. Bottom line, I had a 'green' ghost that proved incompatible with the standard orange and yellow ghost lines. Since then I've tried taking the 'lemons' I got from those breeding and making lemonade, meaning I'm aiming to produce an offspring showing both the green and orange/yellow ghost traits. It could look like a normal ghost or it could look insane! This project includes 1.1 double het ghosts, 0.1 het green possible het yellow, and 0.1 double possible hets. Since this has just been a dinker project, I haven't fed these girls as heavy as I could have. They should all easily breed next year.
PSBP-F-1; 2009 Pinstripe Ball Python Female; 925g
I picked this girl up from Mike Jones in 2009. She was so good looking I just had to have her. Unfortunately, she doesn't really fit into any of my projects moving forward. She should be breedable next season and eats anything.
HGBP-F-2; 100% Het Ghost Ball Python Female; 1850g
I have owned this girl for 6 years and have produced 3 clutches of ghosts with her. She tends to breed every other year. She prefers live mice but has occassionally taken live rats. When giving her a good lookover before posting her, it looks like she may have a bad eye. This is not a long-standing injury or I definitely would have noticed before and it doesn't appear to have been from a retained eyecap, my guess is that a mouse/rat got her but there's no scarring around the eye. Doesn't affect her appetite or behavior. I have two pastel het ghost girls that will be ready to breed this year so I'll be using them to make ghosts, pastel ghosts, and super pastel ghosts so don't really need a het ghost female. Pair her up with the other het ghost female and a pastel ghost for a special package price.
HGBP-F-5; 100% Het Ghost Ball Python Female; 1525g
This girl proved for the previous owner but I was unsuccessful this year. She prefers live prety but is a great eater. I have two pastel het ghost girls that will be ready to breed this year so I'll be using them to make ghosts, pastel ghosts, and super pastel ghosts so don't really need a het ghost female. Pair her up with the other het ghost female and a pastel ghost for a special package price.
SYBBP-F-1; Spider Yellow Belly Ball Python Female; 820g
I had hoped to invest in a Specter or Super Stripe male last year but the funds never emerged. Unfortunately, without that, I don't have much of a need for this girl. She does prefer smaller rats than most but will take them 1-2 times a week. She should be up to breeding size for next season.
MOJBP-F-2; 2010 Mojave Ball Python Female; 480g
I held this girl back last year and would love to keep her but I need the space. She eats anything.
CINBP-M-2; Cinammon Ball Python Male; 880g
This is a GREAT looking male and has produced by super cinnys the past two years along with several HOT cinnys. Ridiculous what I paid for him 3 years ago but he was worth it. Only selling him because I'm replacing him with a pewter. He'll eat anything.
CINBP-F-1; Cinammon Ball Python Female; 1850g
What a stunning cinnamon this girl is. I got her from Bradford Cole Herps who produce some great stuff and we've done a lot of business with. I also picked up a smaller girl around the same time. I've decided to keep the smaller girl and part with this one. She doesn't come cheap but she'll be worth it. She eats live mice or rats.
PSBP-M-1; 2008 Pinstripe Ball Python Female; 880g
I paid $800 for this guy 3 years ago, hard to believe. He's been a heck of a breeder. I'm only getting rid of him because I'm holding back a lemonblast male he produced in 2010. This guy prefers live but has taken F/T for me.
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