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Regular Reptile Radio listeners know that it's been way too long since Morelia Viridis has been the featured species on the show. Well, the wait is over!
Marcial Mendez has been a mainstay in the US Chondrophile community for well over ten years. CK catches up with Marcial to talk pairings, clutches, and outcomes of his 2012 Chondro season, plus plenty of other plate-filling delicacies!
In this episode we will bring you the first ever "chondro round table"
Owen and I will be joined by Brian Fischer, David Newman and Jason Stevens to discuss and debate various topics related to chondros.
We have focused on some of the introductory topics such as Difficulties in husbandry and breeding, Lineage and genetics and the implications of the paper that separates chondros out into 2 different species.
We are glad to be joined by some of the best of the chondro community to debate and debunk some of the misconceptions that surround chondros and their care.
The Chondro Legend series continues in July as Bill Stegall and Buddy Buscemi welcome Greg Maxwell to GTPKeeper Radio. Greg Maxwell's books "The Complete Chondro" and "The More Complete Chondro" ; his website Fine Green Tree Pythons, and his forum board, The Chondro Forums, enlightened and encouraged an entirely new generation of would be chondro keepers, gave a voice to veteran chondro breeders and a place for chondro geeks to call home as we chatted and swapped photos of these spectacular creatures. We will be talking to Greg about all aspects of chondro history, the Calico lIne of chondros, husbandry, cage building and if there are any plans for "The More Complete Chondro II".
Green Tree Python pioneer Trooper Walsh joins Buddy Buscemi and Bill Stegall for this episode of GTPKeeper Radio. We will talk with Trooper about the history of chondro breeding in the U.S., pedigrees, record keeping, quarantine, red neonates, his long and storied career at The National Zoological Park in D.C., and maybe a tale or two about Komodo Dragons.
Daniel Natusch - A biologist who from an early age has been learning about and studying arboreal pythons inhabiting the forests of northern Australia and New Guinea. He has worked specifically on the ecology and trade of Morelia viridis, Morelia spilota and Morelia kinghorni, and is undertaking postgraduate studies on these and other python species in Australasia.
In this episode of Morelia Python Radio we are joined by David Newman of Moreliaddiction.
We will be discussing a variety of chondro topics. Everything from keeping to breeding and the current state of the chondro market. Also, photos and chondros seem to go hand in hand and David takes some amazing pictures and we will be discussing his appraoch and he will give us some tips on how he gets those awesome shots!
Buddy Buscemi will also be stopping by to fill us in on the next epsidoe of GTP Keeper radio and we will have a cool announcement of a project that Nick Mutton is doing and he needs your help!
This epsidoe is jam packed full of everything Morelia so don't miss it!
Tonight we talk chondros with Buddy Buscemi of gtpkeeper.com,
If you own other morelia and are on the fence when it comes to chondros this is the show for you.
We will be talking about how to convince more people to take a chance at chondro ownership....especially folks that are already experienced with morelia.
We will take the time to de-bunk some chondro myths. We will talk about how to know if a chondro you are interested in purchasing is USCBB. We will also hit on. Why purchasing directly from a breeder is usually the best way to go for your first chondro and How to prepare for your first chondro.
Tonight we have a special guest not only is he one of the founders in the chondro world he is also one of the biggest breeders of snakes in the world.
You have probably heard Eugene on other reptile podcasts and as you probably know he is very inspirational and I am sure tonight will not be any different.
We have such topics as his take on the history of chondros, reptile eggs and does the lunar cycle effect snakes?
On this episode of MPR we will be talking to Buddy Buscemi about the ICAS.
August 3rd, 4th & 5th 2013- The 1st Annual International Collective Arboreal Symposium in Hunt Valley, Maryland. We will also be talking about chondros and how to find an enrty level chondro. Buddy is also breeding tanimbar scrub pythons. We will discuss how the expierence is going so far. Buddy will also do his best to try to convince Owen to finally break down and get a chondro. http://gtpkeeper.com/
Terry is a force to be reckoned with in the reptile business. He works professionally as the Curator of Reptiles at Reptile Gardens in Rapid City, South Dakota
where my primary interests are Venomous Snakes and Crocodilians.
He also runs Black Hills Pythons
He is also a memeber of the chondro coalition
This is going to be a morelia jammed pack show!!
Luke Snell will be on tonight talking about his trip to Tinley Park for the NARBC show.
We will also be touching on chondros. The other morelia.
Luke will tell us what he has going on in the chondro world.
We will also have a special anouncement .
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