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Over the years, past and present, I have had the pleasure of keeping:
Rough scaled sand boas
Turkish javelin sand boas
Muellers sand boas
Kenyan sand boas
Royal pythons
Hogg Island boas
Spotted pythons
Macklotts pythons
Viper boas
Haitian boa
Yellow anacondas
IJ carpet python
Beaked snake
Rough green snakes
Egg eater
Diamond back water snakes
Eastern garters
Albino chequered garters
Ring necked snakes
Corns
House snakes
Aesculapian snakes
Western hognoses
Bairds rats
Bull snakes
Cali kings
Hypo Florida king
Giant hognoses
Barons racers
Mangroves
FWC
 

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At present:
Taiwanese beauty
Western Hognose
Corn
Bull
Kenyan Sand Boa
Fourlined
Fire salamander

Previously:
Speckled king
Cali king
Great plains rat
Pueblan milk
Texas rat
Mexican Black
Everglades

Leopard gecko
Day gecko
Green lizard

Fire bellied toad
Axolotl
 

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i doubt it, im 13, have been keeping snakes for about a year and realy want a hog, yet allown sell one!
Ooops, sorry, that's TOMSDRAGONS I'm thinking of :lol2:

Matt / Tom - close!
 

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Oh goodness I actually don't know over the years it must be into the hundreds at the mo I keep these species :)

RATS
black rats 4 morphs
Texas rats 2 morphs
Russian rats
Korean rats
Leopard rats
Transpecos rats 3 morphs
hybrid rats
mexican baird rats
trinket snakes
rosy rats


CORNS
around 70 morphs

Kings
Florida 2 morphs
Brooks 2 Morphs
Calis
pastal albno kings
arazonia kings santa rita locale
pastal kings
grey banded 2 types

MILKS
sinaloan 2 morphs
nelsons
honduran around 15 morphs
red milks picking up sat :)
pueblan milks

PYTHONS
spotted
bredl's
royals morphs
black blood
macklots

BOAS
bcc morphs
bci morphs
bca passed few weeks back very old girl :(
rosy
rough scale sand
hog island
dumerils
BRB

GOPHERS
sonoran blizzard
pacific snow

PINES
southern patternless pines
northern striped
mexican

BULLS
6 morphs

other
mexican hogs
western hogs

HOUSE
lined
cape
brown
auroua

garters
checkered bino and normal

LIZARDS
AGARMIDS
beardies
rankins
vitakins
frillies aussie and indo
uro's

GEX
leo's
banded
stenos 3 species
fat tails
pictus
viper
dwarf
golden
african banded
auz banded
tokays
banana marginata and 1 vorax
leachianus gt
garg's
cresties
saras
chouhas
barking
mourning

BTS
northern
tannie silver

sure i fogot some again ill add as i remember





I'm sure there's loads more I just can't remeber without going up to the reptile loft and checking them all LOL I'll add them as i remember ;) oh no are we doigj lizard too I'll need another blinking page LOL

Paula ;)
:lol2: I remember your loft - better than any zoo I've been to!!!
 

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Ooops, sorry, that's TOMSDRAGONS I'm thinking of :lol2:

Matt / Tom - close!
not realy but i feel very luckey to be on about a snake every 2 mounths!:lol2:
 

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Over the years I have kept a few species and had experience with:

Corns
BCI boas
Corn Isle boas
Kenyan sand boas
Western Hoggies
Brazilian rainbow boas
Halmahera Isle boas
kofiau Isle boas
Amazon tree boa
Solomon Isle ground boas
Isabel Isle ground boa
A black milk snake (not an MBK)
Sunbeam snakes
Bolivian boa
Argentine longnose
Calabar boas
Chondros
Spotted pythons
Royal pythons
 

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erm.....7 :mf_dribble:

royals
boas
burmese
scrub
african house snake

Hermanns tortoise

leopard geckos ;p;
 

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Just an observation, but looking at the species of snakes kept, there seems to be an unfortunate but perfectly understandable restriction on the types of snakes kept by what they eat. It’s a lot easier to get hold of a supply of rats than it is to get hold of a supply of frogs. I think I now understand why morphs are so important in the northern hemisphere.
 

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At the moment I have only kept

BCI
BRB
FWC
Cali King

And a horsfield's tortoise. I hope to have at least another two to four new species next year.
 

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garter snake
corn snake
russian ratsnake
bairds ratsnake
yellow ratsnake
trans pecos ratsnake
taiwan beauty snake
childrens python
carpet python
royal python
bredl's python

? tegu
blue tongue skink

Probably some more that I've forgot about

What I'd like to keep but can't for one reason or another
diamond python
gray banded (blair's phase)
a larger, but not giant aussie python - olive perhaps?
bamboo ratsnake
pink tongue skink
 

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7 species of garter/ribbon
1 species of ratsnake
 

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over many years i have had

burms
retics
womas
macklotts pythons
JCP`s
IJ`s
bredl`s
royals
yellow conda
BCI`s
BCC`s
BRB`s
ATB`s
sand boas
bull snakes
pine snakes
gopher snakes
corn snakes
rat snakes (various species)
garter snakes
kingsnakes (various types)
hognoses
eastern indigos

i admit that i have changed snakes around a fair bit (though not buying one week and then selling the next i must make clear!), as i love so many various species! but i am now pretty settled with Pituophis, Burms, Boas and dwarf retics, not saying i wont get any others as obviously i will...and i wont say i will always stick to the species i keep now...but can say that i think i will always have at least one example of each of the current species i keep in the collection....

errrmmmmm think thats it...
 

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i dont really remember a lot of them, but heres what i can

bolivian boa (neat little dude my first and only boa constrictor)
kenyan sandboas
johni sandboas
brazilian rainbows (or maurus i dont remember)
haitian boa
rosy boas lots of them
calabar python/boas
amazon tree boas
borneo blood pythons
royal pythons
macklots pythons
childrens
sunbeam snakes
texas longnose snakes
garters a few types
black ratsnakes
everglades ratsnakes
fourlined ratsnakes
pueblan milks
sinaloan milks
cali kings
filesnakes
northern pines
black pinesnakes
bullsnakes
eastern indigos
texas indigos
grey cribos
cornsnakes
grasssnakes
sonoran gophers
housesnakes
mexican black kings
splendida kings (i think)
russian ratsnakes
transpecos ratsnakes
argentine longnoses
corn island boa
western hog
madagascan hog
taiwan beauty (big female, lovely animal, very shy)
false water cobras

theres more but i cant fink of em

rgds
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Oer the last 20 years,

Royal python,
African rock python,
Burmese python,
Calabar python,
Common boa,
Red tail boa,
Kenyan sand boa,
Solomon island boa,
Amazon tree boa,
Sinaloan milk snake,
California king snake,
House snake,

Ive also been in a postion to work with many many others.
 

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corns
royals
mexi rosy boa
baja rosy boa
campe grande rainbow boa
brb
eastern spotted sand boas
bairds rat snake
sinloan milk
 

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Since my first snake in 2006 I've kept or keep

Royals
Corn
Blood
BCI

Bearded Dragons

12 different species of Tarantula
GALS
 

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Ive had a few

Jampea Retic
Royals
Garters
Indian Python
Kingsnakes
BCI
BCC
ATB
JCP
Some sort of Candoia (SP)

Currently own and am happy with all in my sig :2thumb:
Royal morphs on the way soon for breedin!
 

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cornsnakes
honduran milksnakes
everglades ratsnakes
royal python
chinese water dragons
collared lizards
golden geckos
marbled geckos
green iguana
bearded dragon
fire belly toads

and...
brown crickets
black crickets
locusts
mealworms
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.........and just out of interest, where is Boidaes post on this thread? :whistling2:
 
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