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2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #11 – Ball Python

Results: 0.2 Cinnamons / 3.1 Normals
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #10 – Ball Python

Results: 1.0 Pastel Mystic / 1.0 Mystic / 2.1 Normals
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #9 – Ball Python

Results: All Slugs
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #8 – Ball Python

Results: 2.2 Lace Black Backs / 1.2 Normals
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #7 – Ball Python

Results: 1.2 Pastel Yellow Bellys
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #6 – Ball Python

Results: 2.2 Het. VooDoo
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #5 – Ball Python

Results: 0.2 Pastels / 1.1 Normals / 1.0 Pastel Yellow Belly
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #4 – Ball Python

Results: 1.2 BumbleBees / 1.1 Spiders
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #3 – Ball Python

Results: 4.4 Het. VooDoo
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #2 – Ball Python

Results: 3.3 Het. Caramel Albinos
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Clutch #1 – Ball Python

Results: 1.0 Pastel / 1.1 Yellow Belly
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2019 Litter #1 – Kenyan Sand Boa

Results: 8 Stripes / 6 Normals
2018 Litter #3 - Kenyan Sand Boas
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2018 Litter #3 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: 3.0 Snow / 1.3 Albino Het Anery / 2.3 Anery Het Albino / 2.3 Double Het Snow / 0.0.1 Snow that was born dead 3 days later
2018 Litter #2 - Kenyan Sand Boas
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2018 Litter #2 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: 7.5 Stripe / 6.3 Normal
2018 Litter #2 - Boa Constrictor Imperator
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2018 Litter #2 – Boa Constrictor Imperator

Results: the one baby that was alive did not absorb yolk, and was detached from the sack.  iIt died after 4 days.
2018 Litter #1 - Kenyan Sand Boas
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2018 Litter #1 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: 3.3 Anery Stripe / 1.3 Anery / 3.1 Stripe / 0.6 Normal / 2 stillborns
2018 Litter #1 - Boa Constrictor Imperator
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2018 Litter #1 – Boa Constrictor Imperator

2017 Litter #1 - Kenyan Sand Boas
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2017 Litter #1 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: 0.1.2 Anery Stripe Het Albino / 0.0.13 Stripe Het Albino 66% Het Anery / 0.0.4 Het Albino 66% Het Anery
2015 Litter #3 - Kenyan Sand Boas
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2015 Litter #3 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: I proved this girl out to be Het Anerythristic, even though this is her third litter, I have never bred her to anything Anerythristic before.  A pleasant surprise.  She produced 8 striped animals and 8 Normal looking animals (I haven't sexed them yet, and haven't written down the Anery to Normal ratios yet).  I will update later.1.0 Anery Stripe2.2 Anery5.2 Stripe 66% Het Anery3.1 66% Het Anery
2015 Litter #2 - Kenyan Sand Boas
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2015 Litter #2 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: This girl produced 15 Striped animals and 9 Normal looking animals (I haven't sexed them yet).  I will update the ratios after they shed and get set up.6.8 Stripe 50% Het Anery6.3 50% Het Anery0.0.1 Died after being born
2015 Litter #1 - Kenyan Sand Boas
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2015 Litter #1 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: I proved this girl out to be Het Anerythristic.  I still have to try to prove her to be Het Paint.  She produced 11 striped animals and 11 Normal looking animals (I haven't sexed them yet, and haven't written down the Anery to Normal ratios yet).  I will update later.  All of these babies are Hat Albino.5.6 Stripe Het Albino / 66% Het Anery / 33% Het Paint2.1 Anery / Het Albino / 33% Het Paint3.3 Het Albino / 66% Het Anery / 33% Het Paint0.0.2 Died from hard bellies
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2012 Litter #3 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: Looks like 10.9 Flames.
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2012 Litter #2 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: Looks like 6.2 Anery Het Paradox Albino
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2012 Litter #1 – Nicaraguan Boas

Results: 0.0.1 Normal died in the sack / 9 slugs — This girl hasn’t been bred since 2009. She must have retained sperm and had this litter. I didn’t find the litter until it started stinking (so probably about 6 days after birth. So the baby may have been saved if I could have slit the sack and got it out. Very strange.
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2012 Litter #1 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: First litter of the year, and it looks like we got a perfect split.  6.6 Double Het Paradox Snows
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2011 Litter #1 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: 8.9 Normal Kenyans / I normally only put this female in with my Super Flame male, and I thought that is what I did this year. However, all of the babies are very yellow, unlike her previous babies. Therefore, I think my Paradox Snow male might have seen her once and I didn’t know. So, I will just sell them as Normals. They are beautiful little babies though.
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Litter #2 – Nicaraguan Boas

Results: 0.2 50% Poss. Het. T positive babies / 1 slug
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Litter #1 – Nicaraguan Boas

Results: 3.7 50% Poss. Het. T positive babies
2014 Clutch #1 - Western Hognose
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2009 Litter #1 – Kenyan Sand Boas

Results: 4.4 Kenyan Sand Boa babies