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Hi guys!

My name is Paolo, italian breeder of snakes.
I bred Brown tree snake for several years and the last year I had the first captive birth in Italy.
For a long time I looked for other specimens but NOBODY in my country (and beyond) can get them for me.
Next year I will try the F2, but i need more specimens...

Now..is there someone could help me? I don't now where to turn...

Here, pics of my two Sulawesi BTS adults, and babies

female ( :devil: )


male ( : victory: )


baby ( :Na_Na_Na_Na: )


baby ( :whip: )
 

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Oh my gosh! Those babies are incredibly adorable!
 

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Sorry I can't help but I had to comment about the hatchlings!

Absolutely gorgeous! :2thumb:
 

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B.irregularis are pretty uncommon over here as well. I don't think I have ever seen one for general sale and I imagine those breeding can sell the babies pretty quickly to their own contacts.

The shows in Germany are probably your best choice. (Hamm etc.)

Edit: This is a good site to keep an eye on:

http://www.terraristik-anzeigen.de/

no B.irregularis listed at the moment though...
 

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wow. did you get the original ones from guam?
 

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wow. did you get the original ones from guam?
Parents are Sulawesi type, you can distinguish them from specimens of Guam, because they do not have the black bars on the neck ..
The female is a Boiga flavescens (De Haas, 1950), a variant of Boiga irregularis typical of those areas.

For sure Guam is full of BTS, the problem is how to get them ..

However, Sulawesi is a more beautiful in my opinion, there are spectacular variety of colors (red, yellow, even blue!) ..

in Australia there are beautiful specimens, but can't be exported..
 

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Parents are Sulawesi type, you can distinguish them from specimens of Guam, because they do not have the black bars on the neck ..
The female is a Boiga flavescens (De Haas, 1950), a variant of Boiga irregularis typical of those areas.

For sure Guam is full of BTS, the problem is how to get them ..

However, Sulawesi is a more beautiful in my opinion, there are spectacular variety of colors (red, yellow, even blue!) ..

in Australia there are beautiful specimens, but can't be exported..

this is really the only wild caught reptile i agree with
it was out fault they got introduced, so it is out problem to solve.
if i had the opportunity to own one and help guam's problem, i would.

they're amazing though :no1:
 
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