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 Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru

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PostSubject: Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru   Tue 23 Jun - 1:49

Hello!!! Very Happy I am new in the forum ... here I leave some photos them of some you drink.. Basketball

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PostSubject: Re: Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru   Mon 29 Jun - 4:25

Very Nice Nilton,
I was fortunate to travel to Peru 5 years ago. I stayed in Lima, but was lucky enough to make it up to Sechura for a few days. I wanted to find Roedingeri, but no luck. I did have some contact with Barnetti though. Also a black and yellow colubrid, ground snake pointed head no bigger than a meter. Still have no clue what it was.
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PostSubject: Re: Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru   Mon 29 Jun - 15:29

Nice snake. Do they change color as they grow, and look like the one on the 3rd picture?
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PostSubject: Re: Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru   Tue 29 Sep - 2:00

No, there are different patterns and colorations in this species depending on the location. Many people think that roedingeri and pictus are the same as you can find pictus with coloration typical of roedingeri as well.
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PostSubject: Re: Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru   Tue 29 Sep - 2:36

Maik Dobiey wrote:
No, there are different patterns and colorations in this species depending on the location. Many people think that roedingeri and pictus are the same as you can find pictus with coloration typical of roedingeri as well.

You have reason Maik the first ones are roedingeri and the last one is a cria of pictus of 1 month of born
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PostSubject: Re: Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru   Tue 29 Sep - 2:42

Christian Moisander wrote:
Nice snake. Do they change color as they grow, and look like the one on the 3rd picture?

Christian, the first 2 serpents of the typical color and boss B.roedingeri and the third one has something of the 2 roedingeri and pictus and 4 if she is a baby Pictus...
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PostSubject: Re: Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru   Fri 25 Dec - 0:00

more pics !!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru   Sat 30 Jan - 2:46

Algunas crias, algunos con colores mas claros que otros, y otros con manchas en la cabeza similar una cabeza de calavera...

Saludos Nilton

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PostSubject: Re: Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru   Sat 30 Jan - 2:53

congrats man !!! do you have more pics on feeding???

I love them !!!



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PostSubject: Re: Bothrops Roedingeri from Peru   Sat 30 Jan - 3:26

congrats, they are sweet. Really nice babies. Let us know how it´s going with them
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