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    been a long time member but have not been here in a long while.

    so we recently came new owners of a few garters that someone did not want anymore. don't know where they got them but they did say they had them for a while. we went camping and when we got back we were surprised with a small litter of 10 new babies. from what i be leave is a coast garter. one of the other is a cal red and the other one i don't know what it in. has a green/brown look. i will post pics in the right part of the forum soon.

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    Re: been a long time member but have not been here in a long while.

    So then these 10 babies are hybrids? Goodluck with them.

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    Re: been a long time member but have not been here in a long while.

    Not necessarily hybrids. Possible misidentification. Post pics of the adults if you can.

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    Re: been a long time member but have not been here in a long while.

    20180808_183908.jpgthis is momma and has loose skin. She has plenty of water and stopped eating. She has not started eating again yet. She also looks like she is going to shed soon because her vibrant color is dull.

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    These are the babies.

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    Re: been a long time member but have not been here in a long while.

    These are the other 2 that came with her.
    20180808_183703.jpg20180808_183715.jpg

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    Re: been a long time member but have not been here in a long while.

    Quote Originally Posted by redfoxtrystman View Post
    These are the other 2 that came with her.
    20180808_183703.jpg20180808_183715.jpg

    Good
    looking Storeria dekayi - Brown Snake
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    Emmy, Kale, Molly, Gabby, Hailee
    They are not just snakes. They're garter snakes.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/thamnophis14?feature=mhee

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    Re: been a long time member but have not been here in a long while.

    Quote Originally Posted by guidofatherof5 View Post

    Good
    looking Storeria dekayi - Brown Snake
    I don't think so. That is the head shape of a garter in my opinion.
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    Re: been a long time member but have not been here in a long while.

    What State are these snakes from?
    Steve
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    Emmy, Kale, Molly, Gabby, Hailee
    They are not just snakes. They're garter snakes.
    http://www.youtube.com/user/thamnophis14?feature=mhee

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    Re: been a long time member but have not been here in a long while.

    Quote Originally Posted by guidofatherof5 View Post
    What State are these snakes from?
    Oregon in the valley

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    Re: been a long time member but have not been here in a long while.

    Concinnus, Fitchii and Ordinoides to me. The mother is a very dark concinnus, the one with the brown snake looks like a typical fitchii and then the brown one is a northwestern.
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