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 Vipera a. transcaucasiana

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PostSubject: Vipera a. transcaucasiana   Thu 21 Jul - 18:13

A Trio Vipera a. transcaucasiana, surroundings Adapazari.







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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a. transcaucasiana   Thu 21 Jul - 22:11

beautifull animals
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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a. transcaucasiana   Fri 22 Jul - 4:51

Nice vipers, i did keep a trio of these but all died in hibernation 2009 :-(

Never got the chance to breed mine. Hope you have better luck than i did.

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a. transcaucasiana   Fri 22 Jul - 19:21

Hello Daniel,
all your Transcaucasiana died in the hibernation, that is abnormally i think.I have no problems with this species, i hibernation all my vipers in the refrigerator, that is yery simple and with no problems and i have no cases of death.But I keep this species since 10 years and i have last year first breed them, that is also abnormally too.
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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a. transcaucasiana   Tue 26 Jul - 2:19

@Ralf: You are right. I have never ever had any other snakes die in hibernation before or after this incident. So i think that these vipers must have been something wrong with. But diagnoses of the snakes came back empty. (I sent them away for lab testing)

Sad story but "shit happens" i guess Crying or Very sad

It's a nice Viper sp. and often available here in Sweden as there are some "old timers" Laughing that breed them every year and have done that for many years. I think they are almost as "common" as ammodytes, at least here in Sweden.

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a. transcaucasiana   Tue 26 Jul - 20:58

Werry nice i have 1.2 juvelin off this thay are beutiful. Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a. transcaucasiana   Tue 27 Dec - 0:44

Just beautiful! Smile
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