Virginia's forum for reptile and amphibian enthusiasts. Join today to help a fellow hobbyist or look for help. Classifieds available.
These are Moonshine rat snakes. The original male was found in Horry County, SC by my friend Jim Godfrey. It is a tyrasinase positive albino (T+ albino). He also captured a female normal colored about 100 yds from where he found the Moonshine male.
Howdy all,I recently acquired an adult female Ball Python and after some looking and general comparison, my room mate and I are under a slight impression that she isn't a typical color morph, possibly something special, in the photos I have attempted
Anyone else seen these? I was cleaning out all six roach tanks today and found a few in with my G. portentosa. They're completely black instead of brown or with brown / black banding.It's kinda cool. If my colony were larger I'd be tempted to try
HiA few years ago while road cruising myself and 2 friends came across this beauty which had just been run over. Hope he mated many times before he diedJP
well, i found recently some interesting species on the net somewhere (i dont know the copyright holder - let me know or sue me dude!)but i like to share them with ya folks...Zeog and Frig (cool and dangerous)Hippobates & Avidile
Hi there,I actually keep 3.2.0 C.rhodostoma, with interesting changings in colour. Here some pictures:Calloselasma rhodostoma. The bigger female, ready to breed. Very dark phase, with blueish reflects. She's an CB05A CB male 06,
Hi. Does anyone can differentiate these two magnificent creatures? Appreciate if you can provide a clear photo of the two specimens.