Reedy’s Reptiles offers captive bred animals ranging from first to multiple generation captives. These reptiles are all sold feeding and suitable for any keeper
at time of sale.

All prices quoted are in $AUS, and do not include freight costs. For more information, including photos of individual animals in stock and information on gender etc can be found on the Price List or by direct email request.

PYTHONS

Antaresia

  Description
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T+ ALBINO CHILDREN’S PYTHON (New Line)
(Antaresia childreni)

A new line of T+ Albino Children's Python, originating from a WC hatchling from a totally seperate locality to the Latta Line. They seem to be very similar but just a more yellow than caramel colour. I should be ready to offer the first offspring in 2014.

 

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T+ ALBINO CHILDREN’S PYTHON (Black Blotched Line)
(Antaresia childreni)

Originating from the Latta line of T+ Ablino Children's, I have one female that throws offsrping with black blotching. This is a developing morph that is yet to be fully proven, but an interesting project.

 

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T+ ALBINO CHILDREN’S PYTHON (Latta Line)
(Antaresia childreni)

While sometimes called the Caramel Children's I prefer to call them T+ Ablino's, as it seperates them from other caramel Children's. A beautiful morph of one of the best suited snakes to captivity, docile nature, small size and now new morphs of the Antaresia groups makes them very exciting. This line has been around for many years, but for some reason has never been readily available.

 

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KATHERINE CHILDREN’S PYTHON (Faded to Pattern Less)
(Antaresia childreni)

These snakes make great pets and are the best beginner’s snake. Common Katherine Children’s consist of a faint pattern to a pattern less brown colour. Few specimens will hold their markings as adults. Maximum size is approximately 80cm.

 

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DARWIN CHILDREN’S PYTHON (Patterned)
(Antaresia childreni)

These snakes have more pronounced patterning and grow to a slightly larger size. These snakes make great pets and are the best beginner’s snake. Maximum size is approximately 1 metre.

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SPOTTED PYTHON
(Antaresia maculosa)

With more pronounced patterning than Children's Pythons, these snakes also make great pets and are a good beginner’s snake. A little larger than Children’s, Spotted Pythons grow to approximately 1.2 metres and they retain their pattern into adulthood.

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PYGMY PYTHON
(Antaresia perthensis)

The world's smallest species of python, with an average maximum size of 55cm. Pattern is highly varied and often fades with age. An amazing snake to keep, with a beautiful terracota red colour and their small size makes them very popular. As they become more readily available I think this species will be a favourite amoung many python keepers.

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GEORGETOWN STIMSON'S PYTHON
(Antaresia stimsoni)

With small very dark blotches and a light brown background colour Georgetown Stimson's have very pronounced patterning. Only reaching a fairly small adult size for a Stimson's Python of about 75cm. Although they are a fairly fragile Stimo they are well worth the effort.

TENNENT CREEK STIMSON'S PYTHON
(Antaresia stimsoni)

A commonly kept locale of Stimson's Python, they are nicely patterned and possess a good nature, making this locale a great first snake. Reaching an adult size of around 1.1m.

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Aspidites

  Description
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SA WOMA PYTHON
(Aspidites ramsayi)

The South Australian Woma Python is often under-rated as far as Womas go, but they are a pretty snake in their own right. They obtain a larger adult size up to 2.2m and are a cheap way to get one of the best captive snakes in Australia.

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TOPAZ WOMA
(Aspidites ramsayi)

A form of the Tanami Woma with zig-zag bands and brighter colours. These animals are from the original Topaz line. They still have the small size of the Tanami's making them just about perfect NT woma.

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NT BLACK HEADED PYTHON
(Aspidites melanocephalus)

One of Australia’s most beautiful pythons. Colour is variable but most have a creamy yellow background with red and brown bands. Reaches and average adult size of approximately 2.4m.

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QLD BLACK HEADED PYTHON (Hypo Line)
(Aspidites melanocephalus)

A lighter colour mutation of QLD BHP's, with thinner bands and a fair portion of red on his head and chin. I only have one male showing this trait but also a a light normal sibling from the same clutch was kept to try and reproduce this morph.

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Liasis

  Description
Stock

WATER PYTHON
(Liasis fuscus)

These beautifully coloured snakes obtain a maximum length of around 2.0 metres. Whilst they have a reputation of being a very snappy snake, with frequent handling they can acquire a nice docile nature. The Katherine locality seem to have the better qualities of both the QLD and Darwin animals, that is nicely coloured and pretty well behaved.

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OLIVE PYTHON
(Liasis olivaceus)

Olive pythons make a great pet; are friendly and very inquisitive. These snakes obtain a large size, up to 4 metres and can weigh well over 15kgs. Olives are one of my favourite pythons and although they lack bright colours or patterns i am amazed by these animals, they have a very clean and sleek appearance.

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Morelia

  Description
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ROUGH-SCALED PYTHON
(Morelia carinata)

A relatively new snake available to private collectors in the last few years, the Rough-scaled python is definitely a very interesting animal. The only python in the world with keeled scales; but what they lack in bright colours they make up with intelligence.

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JUNGLE CARPET PYTHON
(Morelia spilota cheynei)

A small and very brightly coloured carpet, but unfortunately Jungles tend to be very snappy, especially in their younger years. They are very popular in captivity due to their stunning colours, and the fact that they are very easy to keep and breed.

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DARWIN CARPET PYTHON
(Morelia
spilota variegata)
This is one of nicer Morelia sub-species, with the nicer animals showing a strong orange or yellow influence. A smaller form of carpet, rarely growing over 2m. Like most carpets they are easy to keep and breed, but can possess a snappy attitude, especially as juveniles.

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DARWIN CARPET PYTHON (Albino)
(Morelia spilota variegata)

Reedy's Reptiles offers ablino Darwin Carpet Pythons from the White Phoenix line. This line is from a seperate founder animal other than 'Blondie', and adds new blood and potentional to this beautiful trait.
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DARWIN CARPET PYTHON (Hypo)
(Morelia spilota variegata)

Reduced black (or Hypo) Darwin Carpets, a mustard yellow colour with creamy white bands, most have some black on the first portion of the head and neck, however this reduces along the snake. A smaller form of carpet, rarely growing over 2m. Like most carpets they are easy to keep and breed, but can possess a snappy attitude, especially as juveniles.
DARWIN CARPET PYTHON (Striped)
(Morelia spilota variegata)
A new striped or reduced pattern line that is very attractive and will be very popular. Reedy's Reptiles is working on striped animals with no banding and each generation is getting better and better, I can't wait to see what's next.
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COLUBRIDS

Boiga  

   Description
Stock

NIGHT TIGER (Katherine Form)
(Boiga irregularis)

Katherine Night Tigers are considered the nicest of all the Night Tiger locales. Often referred to as the ‘Candy Cane’ Phase these snakes are white with red bands. These snakes among other colubrids are becoming very popular. This species is rear-fanged and a venom reaction may occur in some people.

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NIGHT TIGER (Kimberley Form)
(Boiga irregularis
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These snakes were collected from within the NT, but exhibit the same colours and pattern as true kimberly animals. The Kimberly phase have much more narrow bands and generally don't have as much red. One of the nicer features of these animals are their orange-red heads, more apparent as they reach their maximum size of 1.8m.

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Cerberus 

   Description
Stock

BOCKADAM
(Cerberus australis)

This aquatic snakes occurs naturally in salt or brackish water but is easily kept in fresh water in captivity. A highly active snake that is interesting to watch and enjoy. A full aquarium setup (filter, heater etc) is required for this species. Aquarium requires more swallow water platforms for the animal to shelter on. This species is rear-fanged and symptoms will occur in most people.

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Dendrelaphis

   Description
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COMMON TREE SNAKE (Golden Phase)
(Dendrelaphis punctulatus)

A highly active snake that has a wide variety of colour phases throughout their distribution. The Golden Phase are yellow to orange dorsally with a white belly, the head ranges from blue to black. They are very long and slender as hatchlings and are sold feeding on rodents where possible.

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Enhydris  
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MACLEAYS WATER SNAKE
(Enhydris polylepis)

A highly active, live bearing, rear-fanged aquatic snake that reaches a maximum size of about 80cm. This is a venomous snake and a reaction may occur in some people after a bite from this species. A full aquarium setup (filter, heater etc) is required for this species.

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 ELAPIDS

             

Acanthophis

   Description
Stock

COMMON DEATH ADDER (Barkley)
(Acanthophis antarcticus)

A nice naturally coloured adder, with browns, white and black as the main colours. They have the nicest head marking of all the adders and captive animals have a very strong food response.

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COMMON DEATH ADDER (Dajarra)
(Acanthophis antarcticus)

One of the nicest coloured adders around, they are also probably the easiest to keep and raise out of the adders. Colours are a burnt orange with creamy yellow bands.
DANGEROUS

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SCALE-LESS DEATH ADDER
(Acanthophis antarcticus)

A truly fascinating morph, with nothing coming close to the looks of a Scale-less Death Adder. This morph is very easy to keep and has no problems shedding, probably assisted by the fact that they do have ventral and a few other scales.
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COMMON DEATH ADDER (Smokey Bay, SA)
(Acanthophis antarcticus)

With different shades of grey's and brown's smokey bay adders might lack the bright colours but they are still a pretty Death Adder. A very robust and heavy bodied locale of Common Death Adder.
DANGEROUS

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NORTHERN DEATH ADDER (Flood Plains Phase)
(Acanthophis praelongus)

A very dark phase of the Northern Adder, mainly black overall with yellow or white bands. They grow larger than the woodlands phase and are now uncommon in the wild due to the Cane Toad. A maximum size that well over 1m in length makes them popular.

DANGEROUS

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NORTHERN DEATH ADDER (Kimberly Phase)
(Acanthophis praelongus)

Colour is highly variable, with shades of yellow, oranges, red and brown. Reedy's Reptiles has a small population of this locale, which he hopes to breed and make available to the public. This locale is very rare in captivtiy and my animals come from stations on the NT side of the NT/WA border. They have more highly keeled scales and are generally smaller than NT or QLD praelongus.

DANGEROUS

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NORTHERN DEATH ADDER (QLD Phase)
(Acanthophis praelongus)

Reedy's Reptiles' QLD praelongus line from the Cardwell, QLD area. A relatively small praelongus locale with a brown-red dorsal, grey-white bands and a stunning orange lure. I hope to reproduce from this locale in the 09/10 season.

DANGEROUS

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NORTHERN DEATH ADDER (Woodlands Phase)
(Acanthophis praelongus)

Colour is variable, ranging from a dark colour with red and yellow bands to an orange colour with yellow bands. Pictured is my highly prized red phase, but Reedy's Reptiles aslo keeps the orange/yellow phase, and many more. Obtains a average length of 90cm.

DANGEROUS

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WA DESERT DESERT ADDER
(Acanthophis pyrrhus)
A heavily keeled adder with beautiful orange, yellow and black colours. A larger sized pyrrhus compared to the NT locales, with individuals getting up to 80cm+. Desert Death Adders have a bad name in captive circles as being hard to keep and raise, but the WA locale animals are proving to have bigger babies than NT animals. Making them easier to raise and more suited for captivity.
DANGEROUS

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   Pseudechis

   Description
Stock

MULGA SNAKE (NT Top End Phase)
(Pseudechis australis)

A tan brown colour often with a red tinge on scale tips. A large elapid that can be very aggressive. This species is the largest of the Black Snake genus, highly toxic and has a huge venom yield. NT Mulgas can reach a maximum size of up to 3 metres, something to keep in mind.

DANGEROUS

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MULGA SNAKE (Alice Springs Form)
(Pseudechis australis)

A smaller but very nicely coloured NT Mulga. They have a reticulated pattern of black, olive and yellow, very similar to some P. bulteri. They are also a much more docile and therefore easier to keep then Top End animals.

DANGEROUS

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MULGA SNAKE (Kimberly Form)
(Pseudechis australis)

An olive brown coloured king brown, generally having a more quieter temperament than the Top End NT phase but they still obtain a very large adult size of up to 3m.

DANGEROUS

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PYGMY MULGA SNAKE (NT Form)
(Pseudechis weigeli)

A relatively newly discovered Mulga Snake with numerous sub-species believed across the NT, WA and QLD. This pygmy form only grows to an average size of 1.1m and they are not as aggresive as 'true' Mulgas Snakes. Currently only a small number are kept in captivity and they are highly sought after.

DANGEROUS

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PYGMY MULGA SNAKE (WA Form)
(Pseudechis weigeli)

This pygmy form only grows to an average size of 1.1m and the WA form where the first to be discovered as a new species. They have an olive-brown colour and often the tips of the dorsal scales are a different colour, forming a reticulated pattern similar to Alice Springs Mulga Snakes. Currently only a small number are kept in captivity and they are highly sought after.

DANGEROUS

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   Pseudonaja

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SPECKLED BROWN SNAKE
(Pseudonaja guttata)

A beautiful Brown Snake with both Banded and Speckled phases available. Venom toxicity is not completely known but this species should be considered dangerous. This species rarely gets over 80cm and they calm down quiet well for a brown snake. The banded phase is probably one of Australia's prettiest elapids!

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