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Fabian Dirks
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PostSubject: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Fri 1 May - 2:04

Hello,

Next week, I expect two snakes of this beautiful specimen.
Cares for someone this way?
I'll just keep on paper and in rather lower temperatures. Has anyone even advice?
At first, I will offer frogs as a feed

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Fri 1 May - 6:32

Hi Fabian,

Superfamily: Colubroidea
Family: Acrochordidae
Subfamily: Pseudoxenodontinae
Genus: Pseudoxenodon
Species: P. bambusicola
Subspecies: P. baramensis · P. inornatus · P. inornatus buettikoferi · P. inornatus inornatus · P. inornatus jacobsonii · P. karlschmidti · P. karlschmidti karlschmidti · P. karlschmidti popei · P. karlschmidti sinii · P. macrops · P. macrops fukiensis · P. macrops macrops · P. macrops sinensis · P. stejnegeri · P. stejnegeri stejnegeri · P. stejnegeri striaticaudatus · P. stejnegerii

yes, lower temp 23/24°C MAX, in winter this snake need 2 months of hibernation at 4°C.This snake live in highland from China to Vietnam.
Normally they eating frogs and lizard, you can try with frozen frogs' legs and then pinky (if you are really really lucky Twisted Evil )
In the terrarium/rack a umid dark burrow is ideal for this shy snake...besides the paper or aspen!
The female are green/brown/black the male purple/grey/black (I've read, but I don't know if is correct)
The venom is very active, like Boiga nigriceps but the little size help Wink
I've 3 question for you:
Size? baby, subadult, adult...
Provenance?
Price?

RGDS Marcello

ps I'm sorry for my bad english Embarassed
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sun 3 May - 0:02

Is it the one from terraristik.com? If so, have a stool sample tested, at a vet Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sun 3 May - 1:52

Yes. A stool sample is used in such queues always done
But with this dealer, I have good experience. Maybe other have bad experience...
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Tue 5 May - 20:03

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Wed 6 May - 16:24

It was in case you were not aware they were WC, as it did not say so on terraristik.com
I get some of the importslists, from the guy, who takes home many of the animals Filip are selling and I noticed the bambusicola were on the most recent importlist . So I knew they were wc Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Fri 8 May - 3:59

Dear Marcello,

They are adult and at good condition.
They accepted frozen frog legs. At the moment I keep them at aspen with a water bowl and at 70 % humidity.
There is a wet box where they can hide ( they use the wetbox at day )

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Tue 12 May - 3:38



Some facts about my 2 specimen

The appearance resembles more of a viper, then a colubrid.

Head appears triangular
Shield is often spread when irritated
They have diffenent "timezone´s" to be active ) day and night
Often use wetbox or hide places
Really fast strike ( in differnece to my Boiga or other rear-fanged )

RGDS Fabian
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Mon 1 Jun - 23:31

At the moment I feed them with "frozen frog legs" and mice ( lightly force feeding )
Next time I will use living frogs.
Like Macrophistodon spec. they have relative huge fangs and I think they will be flexible,too. When I have the chance I will put some photos here.

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Wed 24 Jun - 21:06

here is one nice shot in poor quality...
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sat 3 Oct - 21:18

Hey Fabian.. Wink
How are your P. bambusicola?
Care to share any new insite on this species?
And how it shuld be keept?

Cheers Caroline
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sat 3 Oct - 22:56

One of the specimen died without any signs. The other one is doing fine.
I keep them in a rack without extra heating. The room has about 20 - 22 degrees
I use earth and moos to hide. They live very covered, so they are not often seen.

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sun 4 Oct - 0:45

Funny how they hood lie a cobra, interesting snake.
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sun 4 Oct - 1:20

Verry intresting, im asking becuse i await theese myself.. maby i shuld post some pictures of my new pretty babies Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sun 4 Oct - 1:28

Good luck with them!
They are not easy to feed. I feed them with mice/frog, but don´t feed by themself.
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sat 24 Oct - 20:26

Do your snakes eat?
How they are doing?
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sun 25 Oct - 5:32

Hey Fabian, i think you missunderstood me..
i dont have any yet Sad
Hopefully i will have some soon... all good things in good time Wink
Since i keep and breed frogs as prey
i dont expect getting them to eat is going to be an issue,
or that do you think?
They are trully beautiful and i cant wait untill i have some of my own! Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sun 25 Oct - 7:14

We will see, what they eat and how they hunt...
Let me know...
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sun 25 Oct - 15:10

That is an absolutely stunning animal! Congrats!
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sun 25 Oct - 22:22

Hi Fabian, very nice you're keeping your male alive for a longer time.
What's his size?
My animals were around 20-30 cm I think and they didn't do very well for me Crying or Very sad

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sun 25 Oct - 22:50

about 50 cm
I don´t know if this one is the male. I will probe,soon.

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Sat 30 Nov - 9:00

Hay mate how is the Pseudoxenodon inornatus doing?? have you managed to get him onto mice??
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Fri 20 Dec - 23:38

No luck with them
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