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ChrisLagewaard
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PostSubject: Rhabdophis species   Thu 29 Oct - 2:56

I currently keep 1.1 R.tigrinus (CB2009) and 0.0.1 R.subminiatus.
All are doing very well and are feeding on dead pinky. They're very easy up to now.
I believe they have a very quick digestingsystem. I feed them often.

Rhabdophis tigrinus






Rhabdophis subminiatus


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Fabian Dirks
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PostSubject: Re: Rhabdophis species   Thu 29 Oct - 3:09

WOW. Amazing love the Rhabdophis tigrinus
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PostSubject: Re: Rhabdophis species   Thu 29 Oct - 6:03

Yepp WOW it is... i feel fire in my heart when i see theese snakes.
I looked for Rhabdophis for sometime and finaly found animals that
had my name on them, hopefully the will be home in november.
So facinating and intresting! Nice pictures! subminata is a stunner i have to say Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Rhabdophis species   Thu 29 Oct - 6:49

Very nice animals Chris!
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PostSubject: Re: Rhabdophis species   Thu 29 Oct - 15:23

Really nice coloration,

another cool species I didn't know :-)
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PostSubject: Re: Rhabdophis species   Thu 29 Oct - 15:50

@ Markus

It is a very interesting species.
First they have a very potent skin poison in the wild, because of their diet, although they have a potent venom!
This combination is not common in snakes.

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PostSubject: Re: Rhabdophis species   Thu 29 Oct - 16:32

That'ss really interesting

I only know something like this from a documentation about some kind of garther snake which diet are venomous salamander. (but only passive venomous)

What is this species eating, frogs?

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PostSubject: Re: Rhabdophis species   Fri 30 Oct - 5:27

Hey Marcus..

Rhabdophis pray's on toads. This diet is crusial for this
strange but verry facinating ability. Nature's work of wonders..

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