Professional Herpetoculture for the Pet Trade

For Sale - 2017 Kingsnakes

Genetics For Herpers

Genetics For Herpers is a great way to learn genetics.Genetics For Herpers is a great way to learn genetics. This book starts with the basics and teaches everything you need to know in order to understand the role that genetics plays in breeding. The book is 84 pages (7½" x 5½") and includes over 120 illustrations plus a glossary. Click here to learn more or order.

Mexican Black Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula nigritus)

Very solid black snakes as adults. Perhaps the best pet kingsnake for beginners. Very popular pet store item. Ours are flawless jet black, with just tiny traces of white under the chin. Click here to learn more/see adults.

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Mexican Black Kingsnake
Male #Q095-01M
Hatched: 9/11/17
$125 feeding on f/t pinkies

Mexican Black Kingsnake
Male #Q096-01M
Hatched: 8/27/17
$125 SOLD (JK) feeding on f/t pinkies

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Mexican Black Kingsnake
Female #Q095-01F
Hatched: 9/11/17
$157 feeding on f/t pinkies

Mexican Black Kingsnake
Female #Q095-02F
Hatched: 9/11/17
$157 feeding on f/t pinkies

Mexican Black Kingsnake
Female #Q096-01F
Hatched: 8/27/17
$157 SOLD (MG) feeding on f/t pinkies

Mexican Black Kingsnake
Female #Q096-02F
Hatched: 8/27/17
$157 feeding on f/t pinkies

Mexican Black Kingsnake
Female #Q097-01F
Hatched: 8/18/17
$157 SOLD (JK) feeding on f/t pinkies

Mexican Black Kingsnake
Female #Q097-02F
Hatched: 8/18/17
$157 feeding on f/t pinkies

Mexican Black Kingsnake
Female #Q097-03F
Hatched: 8/18/17
$157 SOLD (MG) feeding on f/t pinkies

'Baylin' Arizona Mountain Kingsnake (Lampropeltis p. pyromelana)

Breeder Jason Baylin has been carefully line-breeding stock for clean whites and to eliminate black 'cross-overs'. These are some really pretty Arizona Mountain Kings! Click here to learn more/see adults.

'Baylin' Arizona Mountain Kingsnake
Male #Q091-01M
Hatched: 7/28/17
$175 SOLD (KG) feeding on f/t pinkies

'Baylin' Arizona Mountain Kingsnake
Female #Q091-01F
Hatched: 7/28/17
$219 SOLD (DZP) feeding on f/t pinkies

Nuevo Leon Kingsnake (Lampropeltis mexicana thayeri)

aka Variable or Thayer's Kingsnake. Found in Tamaulipas, Mexico, this is another lovely small member of the "mexicana" or "gray-band" complex. Most adults average only 24-30 inches in length, although specimens may achieve 36 inches. Extremely variable, and stunningly attractive. Most "leonis" phase have thin orangish or reddish bands on a ground color of tannish gray. Extremely variable, "milksnake" phase specimens have very wide reddish bands in triads. Exceptional specimens may have the colors enhanced to yellow, peach, pale orange, or even very intense bright orange, and no two are ever identical, even among siblings. Click here to learn more/see adults.

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Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Male #Q088-01M
Hatched: 7/14/17
$85 feeding on f/t pinkies

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Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Female #Q087-01F
Hatched: 7/14/17
$106 feeding on f/t pinkies

Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Female #Q088-01F
Hatched: 7/14/17
$106 feeding on f/t pinkies

For Sale - 2016 Kingsnakes

'Baylin' Arizona Mountain Kingsnake (Lampropeltis p. pyromelana)

Breeder Jason Baylin has been carefully line-breeding stock for clean whites and to eliminate black 'cross-overs'. These are some really pretty Arizona Mountain Kings! Click here to learn more/see adults.

Order a specific male listed below.
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'Baylin' Arizona Mountain Kingsnake
Female #P160-02M
Hatched: 8/2/16
$175 feeding on live pinkies

Nuevo Leon Kingsnake (Lampropeltis mexicana thayeri)

aka Variable or Thayer's Kingsnake. Found in Tamaulipas, Mexico, this is another lovely small member of the "mexicana" or "gray-band" complex. Most adults average only 24-30 inches in length, although specimens may achieve 36 inches. Extremely variable, and stunningly attractive. Most "leonis" phase have thin orangish or reddish bands on a ground color of tannish gray. Extremely variable, "milksnake" phase specimens have very wide reddish bands in triads. Exceptional specimens may have the colors enhanced to yellow, peach, pale orange, or even very intense bright orange, and no two are ever identical, even among siblings. Click here to learn more/see adults.

Order a specific male listed below.
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Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Male #P166a-01M
Hatched: 8/17/16
$85 feeding on f/t pinkies

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Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Female #P167a-02F
Hatched: 7/3/16
$157 feeding on f/t pinkies, nice milksnake phase!

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Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Female #P165-01F
Hatched: 7/11/16
$106 SALE! $85 feeding on f/t pinkies

Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Female #P166-01F
Hatched: 7/7/16
$106 SALE! $85 feeding on f/t pinkies

Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Female #P166-03F
Hatched: 7/7/16
$106 SALE! $85 feeding on f/t pinkies

Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Female #P168-01F
Hatched: 7/9/16
$106 SALE! $85 feeding on f/t pinkies

Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Female #P168-02F
Hatched: 7/9/16
$106 SALE! $85 feeding on f/t pinkies

Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Female #P168-03F
Hatched: 7/9/16
$106 SALE! $85 feeding on f/t pinkies

Nuevo Leon Kingsnake
Female #P166a-03F
Hatched: 8/17/16
$106 SALE! $85 feeding on f/t pinkies

For Sale - Surplus Adult Kingsnakes

San Luis Potosi Kingsnakes (Lampropeltis m. mexicana)

Beautiful kingsnakes from the Mexican interior, clad in grays with squarish reddish blotches along the dorsum. Somewhat variable, ranging from very light grays and bright orange-reds to deep charcoal blacks with nearly obscured red blotches. They stay mid-size (three feet usually, four feet max), always feed well and are very docile - making them an excellent choice for beginners! Click here to learn more/see adults.

San Luis Potosi Kingsnake
Female #5009
Hatched: Unknown
$125 SOLD (JD) proven breeder

Albino And Het San Luis Potosi Kingsnakes (Lampropeltis m. mexicana x ruthveni)

We've crossed albino Queretaro Kingsnakes into the San Luis Potosi Kingsnakes to create yet another interesting new albino! But the normal looking specimens from those crosses are every bit as attractive as the albinos! Plus they stay small (three feet max), always feed well and are very docile - making them an excellent choice for beginners! Click here to learn more/see adults.

San Luis Potosi Kingsnake, het Albino
Male #5002
Hatched: 7/11/11
$200/pair SOLD (JD)

Albino San Luis Potosi Kingsnake
Male #5005
Hatched: 7/16/10
$200/pair SOLD (JK)

San Luis Potosi Kingsnake, het Albino
Female #5004
Hatched: 7/16/10
$200/pair SOLD (JD)

Albino San Luis Potosi Kingsnake
Female #5003
Hatched: 7/11/11
$200/pair SOLD (JK)

What do all these numbers and stuff mean?

The description of each specimen is followed by the sex of the specimen, it's date of birth, a stock number identifying the specimen, and the selling price. Photos are of the exact specimen listed, most are taken inside a standard 8oz deli cup for size comparison, and are updated as time permits.

Understanding our stock numbers may prove helpful in identifying unrelated specimens:

  • F021-01M indicates a 2006 hatching (we started this code in 2001 with 'A', 2002 is 'B' and so on).
  • F021-01M indicates the clutch number for that year, and thus all specimens listed as F021- are from the same clutch.
  • F021-01M indicates this is the first male from that clutch. F021-03F would the third female from that clutch.

CB - Captive Bred, usually followed by year of birth. Hatched or born from parents kept in captivity.

CH - Captive Hatched, usually followed by year of birth. Hatched or born from a gravid wild-caught female.

WC - Wild-Caught. While all of our stock is produced here, some of it is produced from wild-caught adults that we maintain. We will occasionally sell some of the breeder animals as surplus.

LTC - Long Term Captive, usually followed by year of capture. Applies only to WC animals, indicates they have been maintained for a long period in captivity and are very well established.

50%, 66%, 100% - Percentage of likelihood the specimen is heterozygous for the listed trait.