Its that time again ! Baby season has started !! W/ Pics !!

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Postby Omega » Sun Apr 29, 2007 12:31 am

still no pics? come on! hehe.
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Postby Zach » Sun Apr 29, 2007 1:03 am

Sweeeeeeeeeeet.... :)

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Postby Fatal_S » Mon Apr 30, 2007 6:30 pm

Hey Ray, where's the pics? We need great pics of the little tannies who come heralding baby season!
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Postby Ray Gurgui » Mon Apr 30, 2007 6:55 pm

Sorry I havnt had any time yet , been geting ready for the green thumb fest here in FL. Its a really big plant show and I was a first time vender there. Well I set up for that show on friday 7:00 am got back home 6:30 pm .
And guess what I found.................................................................................................................................................... 16 more silver Tannys !!!! Now if I can get my batteries to keep a charge I'll get some pics, but I have to email them to someone so they can post them for me. I cant do it with web tv , and card reader on the comp wont work.
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Postby Fatal_S » Mon Apr 30, 2007 9:30 pm

Feel free to send em to me for posting at not_a_real_e-mail@hotmail.com and i'll post em for you. I'm just really excited to see all the babies that have and will be popping. Baby skinkers are the most adorable.
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Postby DeadEye » Mon Apr 30, 2007 11:23 pm

Sweet if you need any soft ware to convert avi to dvd .Ive got every thing , mov to dvd div fix ..great i hope every thing turns out sweet

Good luck , with the little bluie,s Ray :wink:

Id like to see the DvD :drool:
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Postby Fatal_S » Tue May 01, 2007 4:14 pm

Ray just sent me the pictures of all his gorgeous baby skinkers! :ohyes: These babes are amazing!
First off, the Yellow X Silver Tannies
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Those were all from the video. The following are snaps from today of the Yellow X Silver Tannies.
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The next ones are Silver Tannies from today! They're watching you.
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Yep, definately Tannies!
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And just for some more pretty pics Ray threw in shots of his Bredli Pythons and his het amel western hognoses breeding today.
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Whoot! Go Ray! Those are amazing little babies. Thanks so much for sending the pictures. I'm very much in love. Pretty skinkers. The snakes are amazing too. :ohyes: Baby Tannies!!! We see here the young gods of skinks.
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Postby Lura » Tue May 01, 2007 4:26 pm

Oh my goodness, those two pictures with the two babies both looking at the camera are amazing! :lovestruck:

And awesome hognose, too. Look just like mine :thumbs:

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Postby Leigh » Wed May 02, 2007 1:39 am

Thank you very much for a great start to a day, those birth shots are fantastic, they don't come any fresher than that :lol: Well done Ray, they're really alert to the camera, :rockon: , glad you could post these Fatal s
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Postby Jenn » Sun May 06, 2007 9:33 am

Tanny babies are so little and cute!!!!! I just want to give them little kisses when they act tough.
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Postby bone crusher bobtail » Tue May 08, 2007 7:57 pm

Great job mrs Tani

very nice tribe .
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Postby Ray Gurgui » Sat May 12, 2007 1:27 pm

More babies !!! Got 9 Northerns today, the mom is one of Morganas babies from Mork & Mindy the real pale ones. And the dad is one of the new bloodlines I added last year ( Christifers dad owned by Jenn ) So this is a new completly different bloodline than any of my other original ones ! N-F6 (m&m) X M4
YAAYYY !!!!!!!!!!!
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Postby Tyler » Sat May 12, 2007 2:34 pm

Congrats! Are you expecting any Easterns this year?
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Postby Ray Gurgui » Sat May 12, 2007 5:05 pm

Tyler wrote:Congrats! Are you expecting any Easterns this year?



I hope so, 12 females were bred but I dont think it was cold enough this winter. I wont know until I see little ones running around !
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Postby Nature's Gift » Sat May 12, 2007 5:08 pm

The pics make the news all that much better, they are just wonderful!!!!! - my goodness everyone's had their gals busy this year! HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY
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Postby Tyler » Sat May 12, 2007 9:10 pm

Ray Gurgui wrote:
Tyler wrote:Congrats! Are you expecting any Easterns this year?



I hope so, 12 females were bred but I dont think it was cold enough this winter. I wont know until I see little ones running around !


Do Easterns have differnent breeding temps than Northerns and Tanimbars?
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Postby Zach » Sat May 12, 2007 10:50 pm

Woohooo! Great job.

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Postby Ray Gurgui » Sun May 13, 2007 8:17 am

Do Easterns have differnent breeding temps than Northerns and Tanimbars?[/quote]

Tyler ! Yes each species is different, and they all come from different areas or climate zones. So all of them need thier own cooling and warming up temps to prepair for breeding !

What if I got a Brown Anole from my backyard here in FL. And sent it to you up in PA. it would freeze to death outside in winter ! Same as if You get IJ's or Tanimbars and send them to Tasmania , over the winter they would also freeze to death.
The closer to the equator the animal is from the warmer thier winter is, so they dont need it as cool .
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Caramel Northern 2.4.3
Sunset Northern 1.0
Het Sunset Northern 2.7
Turner Line White Northern 0.4.1
Eastern 10.14.4
Tanimbar 2.3
Iran Jaya 2.4.5
Merueke 1.1
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Postby Jenn » Sun May 13, 2007 9:16 am

Baby northerns!!!! They are my favorite!!!! I can't wait to see pictures.
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Postby Tyler » Sun May 13, 2007 9:34 am

Tyler wrote:Do Easterns have differnent breeding temps than Northerns and Tanimbars?


Ray Gurgui wrote:Tyler ! Yes each species is different, and they all come from different areas or climate zones. So all of them need thier own cooling and warming up temps to prepair for breeding !

What if I got a Brown Anole from my backyard here in FL. And sent it to you up in PA. it would freeze to death outside in winter ! Same as if You get IJ's or Tanimbars and send them to Tasmania , over the winter they would also freeze to death.
The closer to the equator the animal is from the warmer thier winter is, so they dont need it as cool .


Thanks for the explaination :thumbs:
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