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  1. Corn-Znake-Neil
    17-08-2009 10:16 PM - permalink
    Corn-Znake-Neil
    Cool. Temptation looms over me now ;D
  2. more_elia
    11-08-2009 05:33 PM - permalink
    more_elia
    Yep Coastals are a morph of the Coastal carpet python. Coastal do have the potential to hit 8-9ft yep but they take a long time (5 plus years) to reach any decent size. They are certainly not as fast growing as a Burm or Retic! Slow and steady is how these guys grow over the years.
  3. Corn-Znake-Neil
    11-08-2009 04:38 PM - permalink
    Corn-Znake-Neil
    Jaguars have the same care as coastals, right?
    So I'd end up with a pretty big snake.. I think.. xD
  4. more_elia
    10-08-2009 11:58 PM - permalink
    more_elia
    A corn snake is a good beginner snake and a Jungle carpet is a little trickier with its habit of biting, being semi-arboreal etc. so you've got a good range there already. I wouldn't think of it as being on different levels, rather just what you want and like. As a carpet python addict I'd have to say go down the morph route and get a Jaguar carpet
  5. Corn-Znake-Neil
    10-08-2009 10:02 PM - permalink
    Corn-Znake-Neil
    Could you recommend a few snakes a level up from where I am or just plain awesome ones? So far only a corn and a jungle carpet python.
  6. more_elia
    06-08-2009 05:39 PM - permalink
    more_elia
    I keep Aussie pythons - mainly carpet pythons but a few other things as well - and also dwarf boas. I've kept most things in the past but about 5 years ago decided to focus on the snakes I was most passionate about - and its much more rewarding IMO.
  7. Corn-Znake-Neil
    06-08-2009 11:55 AM - permalink
    Corn-Znake-Neil
    What all reptiles do you keep btw? You should make albums.
  8. Corn-Znake-Neil
    03-08-2009 08:16 PM - permalink
    Corn-Znake-Neil
    Ha, not ready for a coastal, not yet
  9. more_elia
    02-08-2009 06:42 PM - permalink
    more_elia
    For a breeder to ship snakes to me yep it costs a lot - so it makes sense to go get the snakes yourself when you can.

    I bred my Sonoran Desert Dwarf boas this year (have a few females left) and have 31 eggs in the incubator from breeding my Jaguar carpet to my big female Coastal carpet, they're due to hatch at the end of the month.
  10. Corn-Znake-Neil
    02-08-2009 05:30 PM - permalink
    Corn-Znake-Neil
    Selling any of your astonishing pythons by any chance?

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  • About more_elia
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    Northern Ireland
    Interests
    Natural history, biology, reptile keeping/breeding, tropical fish keeping, Muay Thai boxing
    Occupation
    Biodiversity Officer
    Reptile & Exotic Pets
    Aussie pythons - dwarf boas - various rodents - tropical fish
    Sex
    Male
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