Typically, the way I go about moving my hatchlings is by triaging them. The "not so nice ones" usually dont get photo'd and are wholesaled without locality info. The average ones will be kept as long as they are feeding well and dont skew my sex ratio too far male. Otherwise these males willl be wholesaled as well. The nicer ones will be photo'd and the buyers name will be posted for their records. These are priced higher than non-locality animals due to the fact that these are as close to wildcaught genes you can get without finding one yourself. When you breed your snakes in the future you can use my site for validation of your hatchlings geneology, which can be very important if you plan on selling your babies as locality animals.

Nine - Mile
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These adults were collected off the same cut 7.8 miles north of Sanderson. This hill, called 9 mile, has produced some incredible looking snakes. The north end of the hill is exactly 9 miles North of Sanderson. This locality rivals Black Gap in the beauty and variability of the snakes it produces. For more info about these snakes click here.

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Male 2 sent to B Box

Male 1 Sent to R Engledorf

Female 1 Holdback

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Male 5 Sent to R Engledorf

Male 4 Sent to B Haase

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Male 3 Sent to Ed Dahdul

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Female 3 Sent to J Purdham

Female 2 Sent to J Purdham

Male 6 Sent to B Box

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These snakes were collected within a half mile from each other. This will be this females frist clutch. Im anticipating some nice hatchlings as this is one of the finest pairs ever collected in Sanderson. Click here for more info on the adults

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Female 2 Sent to Ed Dahdul

Female 1 Sent to R Engledorf

Male 1 Holdback

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Female 4 Sent to G Merker

Female 3 Holdback

Female 5 Sent to R Engledorf

West Sanderson
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This is an F1 x wildcaught pairing. This pair produced in 2009. All the babies were very light alterna phase morphs, Id imagine thats what will come out this year as well. Click here for more info on the adults

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Female 1 Sent to C. Meddaugh

Male 2 Sent to C. Meddaugh

Male 2 Sent to A. Sweetman

Clutch 2
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This is a wildcaught pairing of snakes found from the same cut 2 miles west of Sanderson. The hatchlings should be very dark. click here for more info on the adults

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Male 1 Sent to C Meddaugh

Female 1 Sent to C Meddaugh

Female 2 Sent to A. Sweetman

Clutch 3
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Another wildcaught pairing. These snakes havent been paired before, so it will be interesting to see what pops out. Click here fore more info on the adults

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Male 2 Sent to C Bagdon

Female 1 Sent to M Hornig

Male 1 Sent to M Hornig

Highway 277
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Female 3 Sent to C Bagdon

Female 2 Sent to C Bagdon

Highway 277
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This is a wildcaught pairing that produced some phenomenal offspring in 2010. I expect more of the same this year from what could be the best looking 277 ever collected. For more info on the adults click here.

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Male 2 Sent to G. Woelfel

Female 1 Sent to A sweetman

Male 1 Held for M Jeppson

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Female 2 Sent to G Woelfel

I lost track of who this went to. Let me know and Ill update it

Female 3 Sent to Rob Klockman

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Male 3 Sent to Daniel Koury

Male 5 Sent to Rob Klockman

Male 4 ?????????

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Female 7 Sent to T Green

Female 5 Sent to M Hornig

Female 6 Sent to M Van Buskirk

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Female 9 Sent to Charles Triche

Female 8 Sent to T Green

Male 6 Sent to M Hornig

Clutch 2
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This is a wildcaught pairing of adults from a considerable distance on 277. I normally try to keep my pairings from much closer, but I dont have another male. The habitat is contiguous, so these snakes should closely represent the same gene pool. Click here for more info on the adults

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Male 2 Sent to T Green

Male 3 Sent to A Sweetman

Male 1 Sent to T Green

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Female 1 Sent to A Sweetman

Male 5 Sent to Charles Triche

Male 4 Sent to J Crabtree

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