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Breeding project

These are current or upcoming breeding projects in our amateur farm.

Clicking on images will be displayed personal sheet of each specimen.

Corallus batesi (Ex. C. caninus amazon basin)

John X Sodisi

Male shows very bright yellow bely, and little yellow scales or shading on body.
Female is a real Marajò island specimen (amazon basin), characterized by strong-dark green, and bright lemon yellow on belly and sides and yellow scales in and around dorsal and lateral pattern.


April 2010, mates

July 15th, 2010, ovulation


Oreocryptophis porphyracea coxi

Nam X Nu

Maschio particolarmente regolare e contrastato, femmina con colorazione molto accesa e che alla nascita presentava 4 bande sul collo che ora stanno pian piano scomparendo (come normale che sia).

April 2010, mates

May 16th, 2010, pre-lay shed

May 28th, 2010, eggs!

July 23rd-24th, 2010, hatch!


Candoia aspera

Quartz X Maya

Yellow specimens, very yellow specimens, from witch we hope to obtain offspring beautiful like parents.

March 2010, mates


Pantherophis guttatus (Elaphe guttata)

Lupin X Marghot

Amelanic Motley-striped male, 100% het. aneryA (het. snow), rewarded at ReptilesDay Contest, and amelanic motley-striped female, 100% het. aneryA (het. Snow).
Litter wil be about 75% amelanic motley-striped (66% het snow) and 25% snow motley-striped.
In previous clutch we found always some strange babies, different from pattern and coloration from classic motley-striped... we hope to get some this season too.


March 2010, breeding

1th1 May 2010, laying eggs

July 17th 2010, hatching: there are some banded motley!


Pantherophis obsoletus (Elaphe obsoleta)

Fred X Ginger

White Sided male multi-rewarded at ReptilesDay Contest, from USA line, wild male 100% white-sided, from USA line.
What else?

Jily 2010, eggs!!!


Pituophis catenifer sayi

Ciano X Felicia

This pair of Pituophis catenifer sayi is het for Ivory Ghost and possible het forother morphs (now only het amel was proven), so we are curious to see what will hatch from this pair.




Corallus hortulanus

MaxII X Ella

This pair is composed by 2 specimens selected among an F1 offspring obtained from WC multi-coloured male (mainly orange/red on yellow body) and beautiful CB 2002 female (from Corallus.nl) that show salmon pattern on yellow body, both parents show little quantity of black scales.

March 2010, several breedings

March 19th, 2010, ovulation.

April 26th, 2010, post ovulatory shed