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RE: Anybody producing Mandarins this year?

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Posted by: DMong at Tue Dec 25 10:57:38 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by DMong ]  
   

Thanks Terry,

Yes, very secretive indeed. Looks like yours had lots of great nooks and secretive hiding places for sure!..

Yep, you are correct. Bill Gillingham was the first to breed them and produce captive-hatched offspring back in July of 1989. I remember his feature magazine article on Mandarins in the early 90's, and was about the same time I acquired mine.

I thought back then, and still do that they are one of the most beautiful looking snakes there are!


And MERRY CHRISTMAS to you and everyone else!


~Doug

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