My sexed pair of Albino Nelson’s Milk Snakes are looking great and should breed this spring.
Above is a locality specific Black Rat Snake morph from Jefferson County, Kentucky from my Dixie Dumplin’ Line. This is the base morph used to make the Lemon morph.
This is an Albino Lemon Black Rat Snake that should be ready to breed this Spring.
This female locality specific Kingsnake from Fulton County, KY is captive bred and should be ready to breed this season with my captive bred male from the same locality.
A captive bred female locality specific Cave Region Kentucky Corn Snake preparing for cool-down.
A captive bred Male Kentucky locality Corn Snake I hatched in 2006.
A Male Captive Bred Kentucky Locality Corn Snake ready for brumation.
Female Captive Bred Kentucky Locality Northern Pine Snake Yearling.
Male Captive Bred Kentucky Locality Northern Pine Snake ready for winter cool down.
Captive Bred Female Proven Breeder Kentucky Locality Northern Pine Snake ready for winter cooling.
Male Northern Pine Snake collected in Edmonson County, Kentucky. The only wild Pine Snake in my collection, and the first live specimen recorded from this population since 1969.
Captive Bred Kentucky Locality Northern Pine Snake ready for brumation.
Male Captive Bred Kentucky Locality Northern Pine Snake ready for cool-down.
Captive Bred Male Kentucky Locality Northern Pine Snake preparing for cool-down.
I hope you all enjoyed this update of my colubrid collection. I have many more colubrids to share and I hope to get updated pictures of all of them very soon. Thanks! Will