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Old 11-20-2007, 08:51 AM
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"H-Lav-Avery Question What does that mean"

right...this was fun to lookup...and i am joking...lol

H....probabley means one of the snakes parents was Het normal...ie a normal cornsnake

LAV...short for :- Lavender Corn Snakes contain a light pink background with darker purple gray markings and burgundy eyes or lavender gray blotches on an orangish background. Variation with this same genetic strain are arguably called: mocha, cocoa, and chocolate.

Motley: exhibiting a line of light colored spots or fused blotches

Still it is an unusual and pretty Corn snake...

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Old 11-20-2007, 04:33 PM
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Thank you for imformation. Now I know her father was normal color. I did see her mother, she was a beautiful Lavender. I fell in love with Athena's color and pattern. I hope that her color will stays the same as she grows. She has just shedded and is 18 inches long. Just started her of fuzzies (mice).
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Old 12-09-2007, 01:27 AM
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thought I'd take the opportunity to show off Royals new clothes.



and a close up



Hope you like them
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Old 12-10-2007, 04:38 PM
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thats jack
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I seen that picture on the other posting, but it still amazes me that the iguana is just sitting there.
Awesome picture! :shock:
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lol thanx i posted it here cuz a few people suggested it. basil is a good girl, although shes entirely miserable right now (shes so packed with eggs her ribs are stickin out funny and if she doesnt lay them soon they have to operate)
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Let us know how everything goes, if she has them or if they operate.
Best of luck!
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thank you
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Any word on if she is going to lay the eggs or have to be operated on?
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well the vet gave her a shot of oxytocin hoping it would kick her into labor but nothing yet and that was monday shes still eating like a cow (she ate all the food i had for her already this week) but is clearly very uncomfortable. that was our last ditch effort, but she didnt give me a time frame all she really said was if she strains but doesnt lay them or if she stops eating. i guess i'll give it a couple more days before i call her but it looks like its gonna be surgery :cry: she has been burrrowing into my bed so i was hoping that was an indication but nothin.

thanks for asking, i'll let you know what happens
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