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PostSubject: New Baby Boiga dendrophila   Mon 15 Aug - 17:05

I was at a Show a few weeks ago and picked up this CBB Malaysian Mangrove. So far he's been doing very well and hasn't refused a meal.







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PostSubject: Re: New Baby Boiga dendrophila   Tue 23 Aug - 6:56

Too much moist!!!!
Warning blister disease!!!
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PostSubject: Re: New Baby Boiga dendrophila   Sat 10 Sep - 14:26

nice baby, and I agree to much moist, perhaps you can add a few branches or something so he/she can clim up and feel more confotable,and good thing that it has not refused a meal. by the way how is it doing now??
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PostSubject: Re: New Baby Boiga dendrophila   Sat 10 Sep - 16:21

It's an arboreal, and it would need a high terrarium with branches to climb, and plants to hide.
Keeping on soaking it in that plastic box will kill it.
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PostSubject: Re: New Baby Boiga dendrophila   Sat 10 Sep - 17:28

Hello Carlo, I breed B.Dendrophila, as the other told you the substrate is too wet... Usually I keep the babies (and the adults when they have diseases or in quarantine for new speciements) in high plastic box with a couple of branches and pieces of cork bark for hidings, a soft substrate and a water bowl big enough for the animal. Under the base of the box I place a small heat pad or cable and I make some holes only on one side of the box, so the snake will have a dry side, and the opposite one will remain wet for the condensation.
So you'll give to this kind of snake all that it needs: branches, relative (but not too high) humidity for half of the box and warm.
Gook luck Smile !

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PostSubject: Re: New Baby Boiga dendrophila   Sun 11 Sep - 16:04

I dried the substrate out a little. Thanks for the info. The dealer I got him from said he would be fine in a small tub for now. I plan to move him into a bigger tank when he gets a little bigger.
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PostSubject: Re: New Baby Boiga dendrophila   Mon 12 Sep - 14:58

Good looking baby. Like the others said, though, it's very important that you add something for it to climb on (as they are an arboreal species), something for it to hide in (they can stress easily in the open, which isn't good, especially for babies) and they need both temp and humidity gradients.

It's good that it's eating for you, though. That's a fair sign of a healthy snake. Dendrophila are great snakes to work with and a pretty fun envenomation as well! Haha

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PostSubject: Re: New Baby Boiga dendrophila   Mon 12 Sep - 16:22

I did have some branches in there for him but he never used them. He spends most of his time hiding under a pile of Terrarium Moss.
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PostSubject: Re: New Baby Boiga dendrophila   Sat 26 Nov - 10:56

Is it dead yet ?
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PostSubject: Re: New Baby Boiga dendrophila   Sat 26 Nov - 15:19

Dave Lasham wrote:
Is it dead yet ?
He's doing great. Still hasn't refused a meal, shedding good, and striking like crazy.
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