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Kingsnakes, Milk Snakes,
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kingsnake.com maintains a breeding colony of reptiles at our facilities in Texas and will begin offering select offspring in 2014. Additionally we maintain our own rodent colony and will begin selling surplus feeder mice locally in Central Texas in the spring of 2014. Please check back for current availability and pricing.



Speckled Kingsnakes
Lampropeltis getula holbrooki

F1 from wild caught, this line of locality specific speckled kings were collected here on site at our facility, and are Williamson County Texas specimens.

Likely to be available for the first time in 2015, we are the only producer of this line of locality of holbrooki.


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Desert Kingsnakes
Lampropeltis getula splendida

From Don Shores New Mexico splendida stock, our Desert Kingsnakes are typical of the locality, with high yellow sides, sockheads, and tiny diamonds down the back.

We anticipate expanding our colony of splendida in 2014, and first offspring from this line of Desert Kingsnakes are expected in 2015


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Mexican Black Kingsnakes
Lampropeltis getula negritas

These jet black kingsnakes are solid black, with irridescent scales, and are beautiful representatives of this sub-species, and are a must have in a kingsnake collection.

Power feeders, we have 2 different bloodlines, from Isis Madec and Don Shores and should have hatchlings available in 2015


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California Kingsnakes
Lampropeltis getula californiae

A staple in many colubrid breeding programs, our colony reflects the diversity inherrant in this sub-species, with coastals, deserts, banded, striped, abherrant, 50/50s, and albinos all represented.

With progeny from Tom Stevens, Don Shores, John Cherry, and others, we will have cal king varieties available starting in 2014.


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Eastern Kingsnakes
Lampropeltis getula getula

Our Eastern "Chain" Kingsnakes are from Dave Vickers Currituck County North Carolina bloodline, and are both attractive representatives of that locality and robust feeders.

We plan to add to our chain king breeding colony in 2014 and anticipate producing offspring from this bloodline as soon as 2015.


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Arizona Mountain Kingsnakes
Lampropeltis pyromelana woodini

Known as the "candy cane" of the kingsnakes, Pyromelana are arguably the most colorful of the kingsnakes and milk snake varietioies and have long been a favorite among hobbyists.

Our breeder stock comes from Mike Russo and Rick Staubs bloodlines and we should have hatchlings in 2016.


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Mexican Milk Snakes
Lampropeltis triangulum annulata

Mexican Milk Snakes are the first tri-colors we began working with in the field in the late 80s and 90s and are still our favorites, despite their somewhat finicky nature.

Our current breeder stock is from Bill Brandt and we anticipate having offspring available in 2016.


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Pueblan Milk Snakes
Lampropeltis triangulum campbelli

Pueblan Milk Snakes are colorful, grow quickly, and these Mexican tri-colors are robust feeders. Our breeder stock was aquired from Don Shores, Bill Brandt, Travis Whisler, as well as others.

We are working with a variety of bloodlines and should have have normals, sockheads, and apricot color varieties available in 2015.


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Honduran Milk Snakes
Lampropeltis triangulum hondurensis

These giant milk snakes come in 2 naturally occuring forms, a tricolor and "tangerine" orange/black phase, sometimes from the same clutch! Now they come in many different colors and morphs.

Our breeders come from Bill Brandt and are tri-color specimens, but who knows what they will throw. Offspring expected in 2015


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Nelson's Milk Snakes
Lampropeltis triangulum nelsoni

This colorful Mexican tri-color is a hearty, but wirey, sub-species that resembles the Sinaloan Milk Snake, but with bands closer together. Albino Nelson's Milks were first produced in the early 1990s.

We have both normal and albino breed stock from Travis Whisler and Don Shores blood lines.


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Conant's Milk Snakes
Lampropeltis triangulum conanti

Relatively uncommon in U.S. collections, Conant's Milk Snakes are colorful Mexican tr-color snakes, slighly heavier built than Nelson's or Sinaloans. We are happy to be among the few working with them.

Our breeding colony was produced by Allen Sheehan from Shanon Brown stock and we hope to have our first offspring in 2015.


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Atlantic Central American Milk Snakes
Lampropeltis triangulum polyzona

This large heavy bodied sub-species is rarely seen in reptile collections, and somewhat resembles the Hounduran Milk Snake, though not quite as large.

We are among the very few breeders working with this sub-species in the U.S., and our stock comes from Don Shores.


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Mexican Hognose Snakes
Heterodon nasicus kennerlyi

After collecting several in the field in the 1990's these small fiesty snakes with the ever-present smile have been favorites here, and we were happy to add some to the collection in 2013.

Our stock comes from Don Shores and we should be producing normal offspring from this bloodline in 2016.


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Rainbow Boas
Epicrates cenchria

With a skin that iridesces in sunlight, Rainbow Boas are a medium sized constrictor from South America that give birth to live offspring. These colorful boas are favorites among hobbyists.

Our stock was hand selected for our colony by the breeder, Bryan Hummel, from among dozens he produced in 2013.


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Rosy Boas
Lichanura trivirgata

A long time favorite of west coast hobbyists, Rosy Boas are quite variable by locality and make good captives, accepting feeder mice readily and being very handleable.

Our Rosy Boa colony includes specimens produced by Randy Limburg, Leah Aldridge, and other long time Rosy breeders.


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Feeder Mice
Mus musculus

We produce a large number of feeder mice for our own use in maintaining our snake colony, but will sometimes produce a number surplus to our needs. We will be selling our surplus feeder mice to local customers starting in the spring of 2014, based on availability.

All our mice are produced locally at our facility and fed a diet consisting of high quality grain based rodent chow and a variety of bird and sunflower seeds.



Specimens we are looking for:
We are always interested in locality kingsnakes, milk snakes, and select other species and will be adding a number of specimens to our breeding colony in 2014. We are specifically looking for groups of the following;
  • Eastern Milk Snakes
  • Eastern "Chain" Kingsnakes
  • Locality Mole Kingsnakes
  • Scarlett Kingsnakes
  • Uncommon Central American Milk Snake varieties (arcifera, abnorma, etc.)
  • Locality Florida Kingsnakes
  • Locality "Black" Kingsnakes
  • "Perfect Speckle" Speckled Kingsnakes
  • Locality or "Normal" Western & Mexican Hognose
  • Locality Rosy Boas

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