My Reptiles

Western Hognose Snakes | Heterodon Nasicus

This species of snake is a firm favourite for me. I have built a fantastic collection of colour and pattern mutations (in my honest opinion). They are a stocky little rear fanged snake with a distinctive upturned snout. The species is full of character and I look forward to the morph combinations that I can produce each year.

Pythons | Antaresia Perthensis, Python Regius & Python Anchietae

After owning various different python species, I have now narrowed them down to a few of the smaller python species from Africa and Australia. As you can probably see, the main collection is predominantly colubrids but I decided to add the pythons that have been on my wish list since I was a kid. With the exception to the lone Royal Python, I have chosen species which require no morphs to make them truly stand out from the crowds.

Colubrids | Lampropeltis (Pyromelana, Leonis, Alterna & Triangulum spp) &

Rhynchophis Boulengeri

Kingsnakes and Milksnakes were my starting focus when keeping snakes back in the 1990’s. They will always form part of the collection. I have focussed mostly on owning some of the not so often seen Milksnakes, the Mountain and Montane region Kingsnakes and the stunning emerald green Rhino Ratsnakes. With these selected species, I definitely have an amazing array of colour in the reptile room.

Leachianus Geckos | Rhacodactylus Leachianus

Like most reptile keepers, I found it hard to ‘only’ keep snake species in the collection. I wanted to make sure I had at the very least a nice pair of lizards to display in my home. The Leachianus Geckos were my top choice for a display setup. They are an impressive arboreal species which does not grow too large and during the evening / night time hours its great to watch them interact with each other.
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My Reptiles

Western Hognose Snakes |

Heterodon Nasicus

This species of snake is a firm favourite for me. I have built a fantastic collection of colour and pattern mutations (in my honest opinion). They are a stocky little rear fanged snake with a distinctive upturned snout. The species is full of character and I look forward to the morph combinations that I can produce each year.

Pythons | Antaresia Perthensis,

Python Regius & Python Anchietae

After owning various different python species, I have now narrowed them down to a few of the smaller python species from Africa and Australia. As you can probably see, the main collection is predominantly colubrids but I decided to add the pythons that have been on my wish list since I was a kid. With the exception to the lone Royal Python, I have chosen species which require no morphs to make them truly stand out from the crowds.

Colubrids | Lampropeltis

(Pyromelana, Leonis, Alterna &

Triangulum spp) & Rhynchophis

Boulengeri

Kingsnakes and Milksnakes were my starting focus when keeping snakes back in the 1990’s. They will always form part of the collection. I have focussed mostly on owning some of the not so often seen Milksnakes, the Mountain and Montane region Kingsnakes and the stunning emerald green Rhino Ratsnakes. With these selected species, I definitely have an amazing array of colour in the reptile room.

Leachianus Geckos |

Rhacodactylus Leachianus

Like most reptile keepers, I found it hard to ‘only’ keep snake species in the collection. I wanted to make sure I had at the very least a nice pair of lizards to display in my home. The Leachianus Geckos were my top choice for a display setup. They are an impressive arboreal species which does not grow too large and during the evening / night time hours its great to watch them interact with each other.
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