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CENTRALIAN (or BREDL'S) CARPET PYTHON
(Morelia bredli)
(was Morelia spilota bredli)

Morelia spilota bredli
Centralian Carpet Python (Morelia bredli)

Morelia  bredli  - Distribution map
Approximate distribution of Centralian Carpet Python (Morelia bredli) (was Morelia spilota bredli)

Notice the scalation on the head of this Centralian Carpet Python (Morelia bredli)
Notice the scalation on the head of this Centralian Carpet Python (Morelia bredli)

 


 

CENTRALIAN (or BREDL'S) PYTHON Morelia spilota bredli
This Centralian Carpet Python (Morelia bredli) is part way through laying her eggs.

Centralian Carpet Python Morelia bredli
Captive bred baby Centralian Carpet Python (Morelia bredli)

CENTRALIAN (or BREDL'S) PYTHON Morelia spilota bredli 
Centralian Carpet Python (Morelia bredli)


Centralian Carpet Python (Morelia bredli)


This is one of my clutches of Centralian Carpet Python (Morelia bredli) hatching. There are usually some where between 20 to 30 hatchlings in each clutch, but clutches can have even more hatchlings than that. I also had one clutch that was laid unexpectedly out of the breeding season that consisted almost all slugs which were spread around the enclosure (infertile eggs usually undersized, and or malformed), and only 2 hatched from that lot. With my normal healthy clutches I also would get a few twins (2 babies in 1 egg) hatching, each time.


CENTRALIAN (or BREDL'S) PYTHON Morelia spilota bredli
A neonate Centralian Carpet Python (Morelia bredli)

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