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 Vipera ammodytes Lake Prespa

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René Ries
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PostSubject: Vipera ammodytes Lake Prespa   Sat 10 May - 18:11

Hey folks!

Let my introduce my juvenile V. a. ammodytes couple, distribution Prespa National Park

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera ammodytes Lake Prespa   Mon 12 May - 11:29

hi rene,

thanks for the picture... beautiful snakes, V.ammodytes is such a variable species, one of the points i love them... your female is awesome, this white spots are cool.. ill guess you good in airbrush ?


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PostSubject: Re: Vipera ammodytes Lake Prespa   Tue 13 May - 4:00

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Yeahh of course Laughing
It´s nearly a wonder what colouration diversity can be found within one species.
But who am i talking too - you´re breeding Parias mcgregori Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera ammodytes Lake Prespa   Tue 13 May - 15:26

Thats a beautiful ammodytes....

I visited Ludwig Trutnau lat weekend and was amazed about the variabilities in V.aspis, too, also in animals from the same location...
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PostSubject: Re: Vipera ammodytes Lake Prespa   Tue 13 May - 15:46

that reminds me on the question i had before, would you ask Ludwig to drop by and take a look ? would love to have him here, once in a while! i wanted to send him a e-mail invitation, but you two guys are friend, so it is easier and better if you would...

by the way, i cant buy your croc book here Ralf, and i have no creditcard, amazon is also not possible then... any idea how i can get hold on a exemplar, signed by the authors of corse ....?


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PostSubject: Re: Vipera ammodytes Lake Prespa   Tue 13 May - 23:02

Thank you guys for the nice compliments!

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...was amazed about the variabilities in V.aspis, too
Yes it´s really awesome to see - even if you take a look on our local Vipera berus variability!

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera ammodytes Lake Prespa   Tue 15 Jul - 3:56

One more pic


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PostSubject: Re: Vipera ammodytes Lake Prespa   Tue 15 Jul - 3:59

Beautiful snakes!

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera ammodytes Lake Prespa   Thu 17 Jul - 18:52

nothing more to add harold!

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