Scrub Pythons (Morelia amethistina)
Over the years I have worked with many of the amethystine complex but the “Bar-necks” are my favorite. I have hatched a few clutches of these. Typically adults are cage aggressive but are fine once removed with a hook. These snakes can get quite large. They command respect and should only be owned by responsible keepers that have experience with larger snakes. At present I have a very diverse group of Amethystine pythons. Occasionally a shipment will yield something quite special and it will remain with me. I have been getting a wide range of highland and lowland type animals as well as patternless morphs so it is safe to say that this genus will always be a part of my personal collection.
Green Tree Pythons (Morelia viridis)
Over the years, I had worked with a very large breeding group of which all were captive bred. They ranged in age from 5 to 14 years. The first year I produced these was in 2000 with more clutches being produced in 2001 and 2003. Most were Sorong type animals all exhibiting heavy blue patterns. Bloodlines represented were Vargin, Dallas Zoo Stock and Turmezie.
Fast forward to 2014, I currently keep some designer GTP’s in my office for breeders. Most of my imports are FB Biaks which can often be seen at the expos that we vend at. Very rarely something strange will arrive with the import shipments such as the yellow neonate pictured below with the red splotches. That is a Wosi locality animal (Canary Island) that I am very curious to watch develop into adult colors.