Hi there! I am a veterinarian in need for some images for a chapter in reptile reproduction. I was looking for some pictures and I would be very grateful if anyone could provide them or have someone you know may provide them. I am in need of a lemon frosted leopard gecko, Enigma leopard gecko, super Motley boa and jaguar carpet python. I would also like to have a few pictures of newborn reptiles. Pictures are property of the author and would be properly acknowledged. Thank you very much and looking forward to hearing from you.
**This is a picture of a spay in a red eared slider (Trachemys scripta)
Yes, you are correct. I have found some pictures in porphpedia but I will need for the owner to provide the picture rather than me copying it from there. Is there anyway for me to reach to those? Thanks!
When you click on the pictures to enlarge them, the name of the owner will be listed underneath the photo. The photos are all either user submitted here on the forum or taken from the sale pages, so you can easily look up the breeder in the store directory and message them.
Thank you very much for the pictures. Can you send me via email picture #2 of BCCXBCI cross boas and picture #2 of the albino and sunglow Boa Constrictors? If you can send them to me via email, I believe I should be able to get better quality image. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you very much, I really appreciate your help.
Hi there and welcome to the forum! I’m a retired DVM myself! Where do you practice? I wanted to go into exotic vet med but ended up too disabled to work pretty shortly after graduation following a work accident. Learn from me and get reliable support staff and disability insurance!
I have pics of newborn leopard geckos and can take pictures of my Enigma, DM me if interested. It is going to be difficult to hunt down pictures of an Enigma with no other morphs involved. Mine is a Stealth- a Mack Snow (single-copy) + Eclipse + Bell Albino + Enigma, a young adult male named Icarus. But if a photo of Icarus is printed I either don’t want it credited to me or I insist on a caption stating that I did not breed him. I do not condone Enigma breeding and don’t want anyone in the vet med community getting the mistaken impression that I am ok with it or produced him myself.
White & Yellow and Mack Snow in leos have also historically (sometimes) been associated with health issues. it’s my understanding that current thought attributes this to inbreeding during initial efforts to propagate the morph and that efforts to selectively breed those issues out have been mostly successful.
Since Lemon Frosts are so frowned upon, and with good reason, you are going to have a hard time finding someone in the USA who will agree to share pics. My suggestion would be contacting a Youtuber I’ve come across who rescues multiple leos with morph-related neurologic issues. HERE is a link to her Youtube channel. She has many Enigmas, a Lemon Frost, and both Mack Snows and White & Yellows that have the associated-but-probably-not-inherently-part-of-the-morph issues.