Monday, June 28, 2010

San Diego Show Brief and Clutch Update

Well, San Diego was fun! I only went for half a day on Saturday, and then hung out with some friends of mine afterwards, but here are a few pictures that I took while I was there. 

This is Xan, the Rhino Iguana, owned by my friend Desiree Wong of IRCF. He's a handsome and well behaved young man. 

And on to the Ball Pythons...

This is the Banana Woma. Beautiful animal... No question about it, a must have for most keepers. This is the first and only one I know of so far, produced by Brock Wagner.

And a want of mine... A Mystic Potion.

And a younger one as well... They are beautiful animals. 

And a Crystal. Gotta love them!

Some Ball Python Morphs... Pied, Fire, Champagne, and Soul Sucker.

And the newest recessive morph to hit the market.. produced by TSK, the Tri Stripe. I like it!

 But I don't know if I like it that much...


And on Sunday, after waking up refreshed from the show and doing errands around the house, I looked into an expectant mother's tub to find this.

YEAH, baby!! This is my Velvet female (unproven dinker I've been playing with), and she was bred to either my Bumblebee (which I really hope is the father), and the Pastel Yellowbelly. 

Five beautiful eggs. Can't complain! 

We are at clutch 20 now. Even number, and four more clutches before both Big Apple Herp Incubators are full! 


We shall see...

But it was a nice weekend, and we are on to a nice week as well!

Have a fantastic week, my friends.


Jackie M. said...

Seriously on the tri-stripe. Did the banana woma have a price tag on it?

Heather Wong said...

The Banana Woma was a female, and they were asking $18k for it, from what I recall...

Jackie M. said...

Hah! Are coral glows the same as bananas? Last I saw NERD was asking that much for a plain-old coral glow.

...not that I'm about to ask my bank for a car loan on a snake in any case, mind.