We had a very successful day at Hamm with several new species added to our collection and a little depth added to our existing species. We managed to deal with our sales fairly quickly, and then picked up our Candoia Paulsoni. These are so small, as thin as bootlaces. It will no doubt be a challenge to get their feeding response established, but one to which we are looking forward. We picked up some Guyana BCC from Boidenzucht, with beautiful colours and striking patterns. We added to our collection of BCC with a trio of Trinidads. We have been looking for some of these for some time, and so are very pleased to have obtained some. They are a little smaller than we expected, but hopefully will start to put on some size soon. We are very pleased with the Bolivian BCA. These are CB2013, bred from stock from Reinhold Maugg, and are absolutely outstanding. We have added to our Longicauda by purchasing a female, from Sibilar and a male, bred from Maugg stock. We hope to be able to start breeding from this year. On the BCI front, we acquired a pair of Costa Rican Boas, and a pair of Crawl Cays. The Cays are from the Frank Schafer line, small with very strong patterning. So all in all, a very satisfying trip!
Just finalising our plans for this March’s show at Hamm.
We are travelling over to Arnhem on Friday to pick up some Tarahumaras and deliver a pair of Cancuns.
On Saturday we will be selling a pair of Ecuador BCI, a Hypo Jungle, a Hypo Motley and a Hypo Jungle Motley.
And collecting some Trinidad BCC, Crawl Cay, Costa Ricans, Longicauda and some Paulsoni. Really looking forward to this trip