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    Re: Stefan's garters

    What type is that?

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    Re: Stefan's garters

    Quote Originally Posted by Saji View Post
    What type is that?
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    Re: Stefan's garters

    Well, well, well. Look who made The Reptile Report. Congrats.

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    Re: Stefan's garters

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    very nice!
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    Re: Stefan's garters

    Fraternal twins? The markings, the ones I can see with my myopic eyes, look a tad different. And I see you use straight vermiculite as an incubation medium. I used the same for years with my Colubrids and Leopard geckos. Later changed over to plastic inserts for my deli-cups that suspended the eggs over the medium in use--either vermic or perlite. I liked the old way best, even though the incidence of mold was partially mitigated. But what do you expect from an old guy?

    Nice photos, too, Stefan.
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    Re: Stefan's garters

    Quote Originally Posted by Shanty View Post
    Fraternal twins? The markings, the ones I can see with my myopic eyes, look a tad different. And I see you use straight vermiculite as an incubation medium. I used the same for years with my Colubrids and Leopard geckos. Later changed over to plastic inserts for my deli-cups that suspended the eggs over the medium in use--either vermic or perlite. I liked the old way best, even though the incidence of mold was partially mitigated. But what do you expect from an old guy?

    Nice photos, too, Stefan.
    The markings are very different. It seems that one of the twins has the typical zigzag pattern (although it looks more blotched) and the other is going to turn out striped ("striped" means that it will have a couple of stripes in addition to the zigzag pattern).

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