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    "Worms" all over

    Last night I found this:




    44 perfect babies (T.s.s "Florida Blue"). No defects, no dead ones and no infertile eggs.
    The "little" female should give birth soon too

    Best wishes
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    Re: "Worms" all over

    awwww so cute!

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    Re: "Worms" all over

    I wish I could breed . What type are they?
    0.1 Jack Russell Terrier
    1.0 T. sirtalis

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    Re: "Worms" all over

    They are all Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis "Florida Blue"


    Here is a picture of the male. That shows their stunning colors

    Best wishes
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    Re: "Worms" all over

    Awsome! My normal Sirtalis Sirtalis had 15 last July 4th. Great pics.

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    Re: "Worms" all over

    Sweet!!!! My florida blue only threw about 25 slugs in June, and then about 10 more in October with 1 stillborn baby.....

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    Re: "Worms" all over

    Wow Soe, that looks very nice.
    44 young is a very nice number. Well done!

    Do you think you can find enough new keepers for them?
    It is always advisable to be a loser if you cannot become a winner. Frank Zappa

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    Re: "Worms" all over

    Hi
    The same female gave birth to 29 babies in April 2006. They were easely sold even surplus males, and many asked for them in Houten. Strangely enough I had some problems selling my other Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis


    Locality "Chilton road, Montevallo, Chilton county Alabama"

    They are very rare in that area, but a friend collected a female, and I found a male the day before I should go home. They bred and I got a nice clutch of them too.
    I kept a few for myself and I do find them very beautiful

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    Re: "Worms" all over

    Congratulations, Søe.

    I bet 44 babies could be "a bit" overwhelming if you don't know what to expect. Personally, I'm already waiting in horror for that first batch.

    Any idea how many babies you could expect from a female that hasn't been bred before?

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    Hi Soe, you were in Houten on October 8 this year?
    Than I might have looked at your table.

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