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My King Snakes (Pic Heavy)

Discussion in 'Kingsnakes' started by Reptilius, Sep 19, 2012.

  1. Reptilius

    Reptilius Active Member

    I recently suddenly in 12 years of keeping snakes, developed a passion for King Snakes. We are talking as recently as a month ago. I have gone completely crazy and have acquired the following Kings, and I will be picking up a pair of Adult Arizona Mountain Kings of which the Female is from Applegate Stock.

    Here are my Adult Pairs. Please feel free to name the Morphs when posting your response's.

    Albino Male

    Normal Female









    Hybrid Female

    I will post pics of the Arizonas on Monday.

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  2. OrchidPal

    OrchidPal Elite Member

    LOVE Kings. Are the middle pair Banana Kings? I've only seen babies.
  3. Reptilius

    Reptilius Active Member

    The second pair, pics 3 & 4, are Banana Kings.
  4. OrchidPal

    OrchidPal Elite Member

    Good luck with your project! Hope you will post pictures of the pips:)
  5. Wyldrose

    Wyldrose Elite Member

    Nice Kings! I love their head shapes, stout heads, makes them look tough lol!
  6. Jlassiter

    Jlassiter Elite Member

    What is the "hybrid king?"
    Looks like a many california kings I've seen....

    It may have some Splendida influence but Splendida X Californiae occur in the wild in the Eastern part of Californiae range and the western part of splendida range.
  7. Reptilius

    Reptilius Active Member

    The Hybrid is (Albino CalKing x Corn) x King.
    It is actually 75% King and 25% Corn.

    That is what I was told, so I am not prepared to label it as anything other than a Hybrid.
    I actually call it a Lesser Jungle Corn.
  8. Jlassiter

    Jlassiter Elite Member

    Glad you at least know what it is and won't breed it into your california kings....
  9. SSThorn

    SSThorn Elite Member

    Nice snakes!

    What exactly is the top one?
  10. Jlassiter

    Jlassiter Elite Member

    The top one is an amelanistic striped California king.
  11. Reptilius

    Reptilius Active Member

    JL - I wont be breeding it with my Kings, I have to admit though, that I will be breeding her to my Sinaloan Milk and getting some Sinaloan Blood into the mix.

    As for Pippie Pics, of course I will post them. Just don't expect any soon, as this is my first time ever breeding Kings, so I am not expecting much success. I don't even know if these snakes have been cooled down for breeding, but I am going to give pairing them up a bash.
  12. PMC

    PMC Well-Known Member

    They are all nice looking snakes, but I gotta say the top pair are my favorites in this group, I love the striping!
  13. Reptilius

    Reptilius Active Member

    PMC - Hopefully they retain the Striping in the Offspring. Only time will tell.

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