I spoke with one of my fellows.
He recommended that I obtain two lots with three replicates per lot or an even wider number of lots for any given light type to spread the variability around and build confidence. I will work this part out.
I figure I would use an MVB as a well-accepted...
I am in the market for a male hypo cherryhead. My hypos are of the more yellow-orange shell with orange-red scales variety, so any male I would hope to add would have to similar. I am not looking for an especially pale, "weak-toned", or washed out animal. I am not looking for a calico animal. I...
Went to the Saint Louis Zoo today for some walking and so on.
A female pancake tortoise was struggling in vain to dig a nest in a cage with no real substrate beneath the river rocks in its enclosure, so I told one of the zookeepers and she put her in a more accommodating setting so she could...
Some pics are a bit old. Some are new.
Sudanese female (a recent arrival and a bigger draw at the cargo hub than a tiger cub I had the good fortune of being allowed to hold).
Some of my Gpp het Sunset Hypo animals. The rightmost animal has since found a new home.
A couple out of...
Despite the blown out whitening effect of my poor photographic execution at the time that obscures her head and body color, these are of one of my favorite geckos I have produced.
She is a Giant line SHTCTB Tremper Eclipse I hatched in 2010, although her snake eyes faded away as she matured...
Seeking hatchling(s), juvenile(s), and/or adult(s). Common or FL subspecies.
I would prefer to know the sex, whether visually performed or assumed via incubation temperature. Please state all details regarding the animal or animals, including physical condition and how you came to acquire...
Found a highly calcified egg today. Likely from a particular female Sulcata het Ivory that has been digging a lot of test nests and exhibiting related behavior. She has likely sneaked a nest or two by me this year (I have two areas of suspicion). It could also be another species, but that is...
I know most owners make note of their Manouria not eating much in the way of grass, but my largest M.e.p. female eats grass at roughly the same level as a Sulcata. At first, when introduced to the yard, she'd seek out broad-leaved weeds, flowers, mushroom, and various small critters (even ate a...
First, my little female Ivory as she was stomping around and eating some grass.
Next, one of my giant Yellowfoot females using a Sulcata burrow. She uses this every once in a while, but it is rarely opportune for me to capture it in a photograph. The actual burrow owner does not...
I have not been able to catch a photographic opportunity where one of my giant Yellowfoot females has decided to make use of the Sulcata burrow, but today I found my female Burmese Black enjoying its muddiness after some rain.
And other things.
Het ivory female(s) in newly dug burrow:
Not necessarily in order:
0.0.1 (likely 0.1) Giant Yellow Foot
0.0.1 Burmese Brown
0.0.2 Gpp het Sunset Hypo
I'll make another thread some other time with my 1.0 Ivory and 0.4 het Ivory group as time permits. I probably won't get around to showing the Thh male unless I...
I, being interested in the giant "Amazonian shield" or "Peruvian" or what-have-you (depending upon who spins the yarn) yellowfoot tortoises, had a juvenile sent to me a couple weeks back.
Does anyone else here keep them? Any differences you have noticed other than size in comparison to...
Looking for a leopard x sulcata hybrid (again). Male or female. Size irrelevant. Perfect scutes a must and little to no pyramiding.
The best means of contacting me is via email:
Thanks in advance to any and all who are kind enough to...
I am looking for a leopard x sulcata hybrid. I would prefer a hatchling or juvenile that has been incubated to be male, but I would consider other possibilities.
Please email me, with details and what sort of price you are looking for, at