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Ralph Tümmers
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PostSubject: Some Corallus caninus   Sat 19 Jun - 5:13

Here are some pictures of my nonvenomous ,but snappy friends Smile




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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Sat 19 Jun - 6:32

nice animal Ralph but snappy ? during the day mine are very calm and arent snappy at all , only during night i wouldnt put my hand in , my hortulanus are much worse then these guys no matter if night or day
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Sat 19 Jun - 21:40

of course at night the same ,when they wake up ... they turn around Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Sun 20 Jun - 18:43

Hello Ralph,

very very nice snakes.... Really the snakes look even nicer.

See you
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Sat 6 Nov - 14:30

really awesome animales, thay are fantastic, any more pics of them and their terrariums pleas?
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Sun 7 Nov - 0:27

very nice i love emeralds Cool
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Sat 7 May - 13:34

Do you have any enclosure pictures?
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Marthinus C. Harmse
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Sun 8 May - 1:02

Lovely Northern.
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Tue 17 May - 15:28

awesome!! very beautiful ETBs
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Tue 17 May - 18:38

Fantastic animals, just love emerald green colour! Wouldn't want to get bit by one of those and their long teeth.

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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Tue 17 May - 18:41

You wouldn't happen to have any of the black morph or any bi-clored?
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Tue 17 May - 22:27

I love these guys. I definitely want a pair of these one day.
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Wed 18 May - 2:57

Bostjan Kraner wrote:
Fantastic animals, just love emerald green colour! Wouldn't want to get bit by one of those and their long teeth.

Best regards, BKK

I wouldn't want to be bitten by one of these either; their teeth have the bad habit of breaking off and staying almost flush with the skin until removed with tweezers. Infection is always possible.
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Wed 18 May - 3:06

Nice ! ive always wanted an emerald tree boa, do they thrive in captivity, i heard theyre difficult to breed, Ralph's emerald seems to be doing great!.
Perhaps Ralph Tummers or even April can elaborate some on their care in captivity.

Very interesting, thanks for posting Ralph.
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Wed 18 May - 3:37

I never tried breeding this species, and the one and only C. caninus I had was relatively easy to maintain with the exception of feeding, which was best accomplished at night, several hours after the lights went out. The room where my snakes were kept had a red light for night time use, and I'd feed various species between 1 and 3 am. I'd also spray the cage once each week, at night, to ensure hydration, first, drops of water were taken from the snake's body, then it would move around and drink from the water dish.

Typical humidity was probably 40%-50%, whatever it was in the room, same with temperature, room temp. was, on average, 65-80 degrees. There was a hot spot or heat lamp in the cage.

As long as I tried to feed this species after dark and everything was quiet and the snake alert, fresh killed rodents were enthusiastically taken from long tongs. This was a truly violent act, and the rat would be hit so hard that on one occasion streaks of blood from the rat were strewn across the ceiling! Feeding was never accomplished during day or evening.

I had been warned about the long teeth which would break off in someone's arm or hand if bitten, and I always handled this species with a hook, never my hands.
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Wed 18 May - 4:34

Thanks for that April, i was debating to purchase the book Stolen Worlds so i went to youtube and pulled it up looks decent , theres a pick of one of the main character, Old Hank Molt on there with an emerald tree boa in the background at his office, looks different than Ralphs whats up with that.

No need to anwser if it's out of your scope, still great info!

Cheers Al.
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Wed 18 May - 5:38

I enjoyed the book, in part because I know most of the people on a personal level, and I found it entertaining. The picture of Hank shows him wearing a name badge, it may have been taken at one of the reptile shows.

I'm no authority on Emerald Tree Boas, but they vary throughout their range in terms of temperament, pattern, and coloration. Some populations are green with white markings, some are green with blue markings, some striped length-wise, some striped cross-wise.

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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Wed 18 May - 5:55

Really April , seems you can write a book on just that species alone , never knew they were so variable .

Well on a subject that i am familiar with, Palm Pitvipers , seems that on YouTube it shows him posing with what seems to be an endangered Bothriechis rowleyi it's a black and white caption in the trailer of Stolen Worlds.

Thanks for the update , April .

till then Al.
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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Fri 10 Jun - 6:15

Test pic, using night vision cameras

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PostSubject: Re: Some Corallus caninus   Fri 10 Jun - 7:39

Happiness is green:)
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