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Jörg Porstmann
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PostSubject: Our non venomous Section   Thu 15 May - 7:46

Next to my asian pitviper passion, I´m a big fan of big asian colubrids, espacially the snakes from the taeniura complex.
Here are some of them:


My adult breeding pair of Orthriophis taeniurus ridleyi


One of my Orthriophis taeniurus T+ amelanistics


One of my Orthriophis taeniurus spec. blue beauty - The animal has started to fade in to blue grey


My former Calico Taeniura - I sold this animal because I never find a male for this girl


After that we own some other colubrids:

Pantherophis obsoletus lindheimeri (leucistic) in her favorite postion - ready to rumble:


The Lampropeltis getulus california of my girlfriend
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Mario Lutz
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PostSubject: Re: Our non venomous Section   Thu 15 May - 11:55

hehe,


hi Jörg - you got some nice feedingsnakes there. didnt knew you got Kings Laughing Twisted Evil

LOLLOLOL

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Gavin Carpenter
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PostSubject: Re: Our non venomous Section   Thu 15 May - 12:49

I love the Asian ratsnakes as well!! I have eggs hatching from E. Janseni right now! Will try to get some pics tonight before they are out!.
Cheers
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Benjamin Lutz
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PostSubject: Re: Our non venomous Section   Thu 15 May - 12:59

hey jörg,

i love the Pantherophis obsoletus lindheimeri (leucistic).
just an awesome snake!
you have to see our Orthriophis taeniurus ridleyi it's unbelievable how it's growing.

nice NON-Venomous Collection you got there.

Greetz Ben
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Jörg Porstmann
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PostSubject: Re: Our non venomous Section   Thu 15 May - 15:23

@ Benny - When you like your ridleyi - On the pic above you see the Mom and Dad of yours.
@ Mario - I can send the food to you and you send me some of your unused pits. ;-)
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PostSubject: Re: Our non venomous Section   Thu 15 May - 17:11

Jörg Porstmann wrote:

@ Mario - I can send the food to you and you send me some of your unused pits. ;-)

why not...
make me an offer!

my kings are always hungry ;-)



cheers
Mario

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Jakob H. Christensen
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PostSubject: Re: Our non venomous Section   Thu 15 May - 21:22

Asian colubrids are fantastic snakes Wink

Another clutch of Boiga d. gemmicincta is in the incubator as well as 6 eggs from my Oreophis porphyraceus coxi Very Happy
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