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RE: Miniature Corn Snake?

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Posted by: AaronBayer at Mon Aug 13 13:21:08 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by AaronBayer ]  
   

I have a female Miami Phase that despite being 12 years old and eating very well, is only abour 33-34" long.

At 3 years old she bred and laid a perfect clutch of 14 eggs then a 2nd clutch of 9 eggs at 27-28" long. All eggs from both clutches hatched with healthy babies.

She was pencil thin after the 2nd clutch and I just knew she wasn't going to make it, but she bounced back and went on to produce about 9 clutches over the years.

I quit breeding her several years ago and now she's strictly a pet living the good life in a cage with twice as much room as she needs with lots of climbing branches.


   

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