September 2015, different juveniles are developping nicely…

The sun was out this afternoon so time to make some pictures outside.

The juveniles of Thamnophis eques virgatenuis are developping nicely; here some pictures of 2 different juveniles born in June 2015 (so 3 months old).

Feeding well on smelt.

The juveniles of Thamnophis eques virgatenuis are developping nicely, born in June 2015 (so 3 months old). The juveniles of Thamnophis eques virgatenuis are developping nicely, born in June 2015 (so 3 months old).


The juveniles of Thamnophis eques cuitzeoensis are growing well; here some pictures of 2 different juveniles born in the summer of 2014 (so 1 year old) and semi-adult.

Feeding well on smelt.

Juveniles available of 2 different females.

These specimens still need to shed their skin; after shedding the blach is even more pronounced and shiny.

The juveniles of Thamnophis eques cuitzeoensis are growing well,  born in the summer of 2014 (so 1 year old) and semi-adult. The juveniles of Thamnophis eques cuitzeoensis are growing well,  born in the summer of 2014 (so 1 year old) and semi-adult.


The albino juveniles of Thamnophis eques obscurus have grown a lot; here 2 pictures of a albino female born in the summer of 2014 (so 1 year old) and semi-adult.

Feeding well on smelt.

Juveniles available of 2 different females.

The albino juveniles of Thamnophis eques obscurus have grown a lot,  born in the summer of 2014 (so 1 year old) and semi-adult. The albino juveniles of Thamnophis eques obscurus have grown a lot,  born in the summer of 2014 (so 1 year old) and semi-adult.


Last post of today.

Most of the juveniles of Thamnophis elegans terrestris (red morph) have started feeding well; here 2 pictures of 2 different juveniles born in the spring of 2015 (so appr. 3 months old).

Feeding well on worms, pinkies and smelt.

The parents are very intense red and these juveniles are just starting to get some red on the sides.

Juveniles available of 3 different females.

Most of the juveniles of Thamnophis elegans terrestris (red morph) have started feeding well, born in the spring of 2015 (so appr. 3 months old). Most of the juveniles of Thamnophis elegans terrestris (red morph) have started feeding well, born in the spring of 2015 (so appr. 3 months old).


 

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