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    Elite Member Murder Serpent's Avatar
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    My Wild Caught Gopher Snakes

    The first SD gopher I found behind a rest stop by the beach in santa barbara county, pretty dark with orange tail coloring:


    Next is from riverside, my friend spotted but I caught it. Nice contrast:


    This one was given to me that same day and is actually from san diego. Kind of pale with an orange/red tail and doesn't contrast allot:


    Thats it for the annectens, now for my catenifer.

    Next is a local pacific gopher snake. I see several dozen of these every year but this one is the best looking one I have ever found so I kept it:
    My name is Ryan and I'm an addict.






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    Re: My Wild Caught Gopher Snakes

    Very beautiful snakes. Thank you for sharing the pics.
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    2.3 Common Red-Tailed Boa
    1.0 Hypomelanistic Corn Snake
    1.0 Creamsicle Corn Snake
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    Re: My Wild Caught Gopher Snakes

    Here are some pics of my girls taken while I cleaned their stinky cages last night.

    Pacific Gopher Snake "Tika"



    San Diego Gopher Snake "Irula"

    My name is Ryan and I'm an addict.

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    Elite Member David McConley's Avatar
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    Re: My Wild Caught Gopher Snakes

    Absolutely gorgeous!
    1.1 100% Het Pied Ball Python
    2.4 Normal Ball Pythons
    0.1 Blood Python (Rescue--Deceased 1/30/12)
    1.0 Normal Burmese Python
    0.1 Albino Burmese Python
    2.3 Common Red-Tailed Boa
    1.0 Hypomelanistic Corn Snake
    1.0 Creamsicle Corn Snake
    1.1 Normal Corn Snake
    0.1 BloodRed Corn Snake
    1.0 Phillipine Mangrove Snake
    1.0 White-Lipped Python
    1.0 Taiwanese Beauty Snake
    1.0 Mali Uromastyx
    0.1 Gray Tabby Cat
    1.2 Mixed Breed Dogs

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