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    Re: Haz'z garters

    lol thx Steve. Helga's funny, she was laying there the past 3 days, didn't really move much, and Major was there on top of her today when i got home from work so i decided to take a pic.
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    Re: Haz'z garters

    here's some pix of one of the babies that I'm keeping. He's growing at a rapid pace and is probably twice the size of any of the others (if i had any left)
    He's pigging out when i took the pix



    Lucifer was born Aug 1st-11th probably closer to the day of the 1st.
    He is a little skittish but once I'm holding him he usually calms right down.
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    Re: Haz'z garters

    Awww, he is a cutie!
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    Re: Haz'z garters

    Cool snakes but I think they are underfed. Lucifer looks like a "she" to me but what do I know.

    I have my first checkered's coming soon. Can't wait. Well, I'll have to. Too cold to ship right now taking into consideration where the plane transfer will occur especially.(transfer in salt lake, then on to portland)

    Anyway, two albinos and a pastel (het for albino I think) pair. These pics are terribly yellow too. No compensation for the type of light source.





    I think I'll manage since they are garters after all but do you have any advice specific to keeping checkereds?

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    Re: Haz'z garters

    Underfed, I don't see.

    Great looking snakes, Nick.
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    Re: Haz'z garters

    I was joking Steve. If anything they're a bit overfed.

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    Re: Haz'z garters

    Quote Originally Posted by ConcinnusMan View Post
    I was joking Steve. If anything they're a bit overfed.
    I guess the jokes on me. Sorry.
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    Re: Haz'z garters

    Lol yeah he ate 3 of those in one sitting when i took the pix. And their not all that hard to take care of. Nothing out of the ordinary, other then maybe hurting themselves in the substrate... and do like to kinda hide... but that could be just mine
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    Hmmmm... I do like fir bark / coconut fiber substrate and for some burrowing snakes it's not so ideal. Maybe I'll just use a liner and lots of moss for them like I did at first with this years litters. If it turns out they like to burrow in substrate maybe I'll just have to set aside my own preference and use carefresh or aspen.

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    Re: Haz'z garters

    Lol my one female likes to burrow. I have cypress multch as my substrate.
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