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Austin Reptile & Amphibian Expo

Discussion in 'Shows and Expos' started by Dawson, Jul 25, 2006.

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  1. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    more later. probs posting pictures atm.
     
  2. aiden_punx

    aiden_punx Elite Member

    great pics i love the bloods and albino boas.
     
  3. mshrmheadcharge

    mshrmheadcharge Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

    Great pics!
     
  4. caudalis_sa

    caudalis_sa Elite Member

    oh my oh my oh my!!!!! i think i cried when i saw some of those pics..... ball python morphs!!!! I will def cry the day i see a Ball python morph in real life....that baby spider ball....awwwwww!

    and the rest of the stuff you guys get there.....lucky! Boas, boas and more boas! send them my way!
     
  5. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    Off topic, but how do I check my private message inbox here?
     
  6. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    Green Tree Pythons
    Someone that knows who the vendor was, do tell, I forgot..and didnt' get a card somehow (kicks self)
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  7. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    Walkaboutreptiles.com
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  8. Lady Viper

    Lady Viper New Member

    I was there too, it was a Great EXPO, nice pics too, Tim Cole had a great booth! I heard people all over place asking is that snake on the sign real? LOL
    he was, and he was very happy to sit up high and look pretty LOL

    I'm from Houston, so I can't wait our EXPO is next weekend.

    BTW, I think Kieth Daile was the Tree Boas dealer, very nice guy
     
  9. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

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    A single snake LIKE these, was in the raffle.
     
  10. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    dunno if the above were Kelli's? they were close to her stuff..
    but here's a few pics I got of her booth..tried not to say there TOO long, with my leo addiction and all..

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  11. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    and why it was so hard to pick a cornsnake that day;
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  12. thegirlundertherainbow

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  13. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    forgot another, that I almost bought:
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  14. thegirlundertherainbow

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  15. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    few more.
    ANd yes, alot of these were random shots. But I was a bit overwhelmed..would have stayed till close except my friend was READY TO GO.
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  16. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    more fattail gecko pix.. (come on how could you NOT want these guys?)
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  17. Dawson

    Dawson Active Member

    The green tree pythons I believe were being sold by Ken Diehl, sharing a table/space with Reptile Design. Nokturnel Tom has some nice animals, and loads of pics on his website.
     
  18. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    1 more shot of a boa from rainbowboas.com
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    and some awesome prints he had,too..
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  19. caudalis_sa

    caudalis_sa Elite Member

    WOW that expo looked toooo awesome. One day i hope i will have the privelage to attend one of these... well i will end up broke :p but will be happy

    those green bush rat snakes are really cool...and outta interest can u remember how much the green trees were?
     
  20. thegirlundertherainbow

    thegirlundertherainbow Active Member

    no I don't think he had stickers on em, and didn't ask. And can't remember the vendor (lotta good I am lol). SOmeone who went, maybe, can tell us who that vendor was. lemme go check the expo site if it's still up.
     
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