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PostSubject: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Mon 26 Sep - 12:25

here are some pic's of my 1.1 LTC (2008) boiga dendrophila gemmicincta

had some problems with the male a while ago... seems that he got really stressed if housed with the female!?
now he is doing much better and is moving around and feeding again !!

still havent got them to feed on defrosted chicks tho... so i feed them live zebrafinces and quails
witch are accepted very gladly everytime
the male would be around 200 cm and would be around 4 to 6 years and the female who still has a little of
the julvinile colourations left has to be about 160 cm and she should be around 3 years

they where imported in 2008, if i remember that correctly

separatly housed, but i still hope i can breed this species next year!

well enough talk here a some pic's!










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PostSubject: Re: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Mon 26 Sep - 15:51

Congrats, very elegant snakes!
I have a pair of B.D.Melanota, love this kind of animals.
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PostSubject: Re: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Fri 6 Apr - 7:13

Gorgeous! How are these in avalibility on the C.B market?

Simply stunning, def on my wanted list!

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PostSubject: Re: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Fri 6 Apr - 18:06

there are some people who have CB animals, but it's very difficult to find one for sale aspecialy of this SSP but D dendrophila and D melanota are sometimes offered (or at least in europe... )

unfortunatly my male died, so i won't be able to make a change in that for now.....
guess the problem is not that they are WC animals... but the way of transportation and most of the time they are dehydrated for most of these animals will not drink from a waterbowl
it takes to much time and their whole system goes down and then parasites take over.........


i am looking for a few CB or FRESHLY WC animals to start a breedingproject ( 3.3 ) (got more bad experience with LTC animals than with fresh WC ... not specific for boiga)
so that in the future more people can enjoy this species, but also becouse i am very intrested in the whole boiga genus and since it was also my first venomous snake it has a special place in my heart !!!
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PostSubject: Re: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Fri 6 Apr - 19:02

Nice ones. Boiga is a truely nice genus, especially at night ... Twisted Evil
They always want to hug me than...
Hope you can breed them in future.
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PostSubject: Re: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Fri 6 Apr - 19:51

Thank you for explenation Peter. And I wish you all the luck in future with this project. And if you get something going, please keep me in the back of your mind Wink

Kinda regards Niklas
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PostSubject: Re: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Fri 6 Apr - 21:17

Hello Peter,
I have a 1.1 too and I have decided to put them in the same terrarium and hope to obtain something. I will tell you if I have success in this. How his the behaviour of yours ? Mines are very bad during night period, more than melanota or cyanea.
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PostSubject: Re: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Sat 7 Apr - 20:07

@ night they sure are very defensive, even at the smallest bit of movement and they will try to bite you continuesly their are very clumsy with it BTW it's kinda sad Laughing
thats why i keep handling mostly limeted to daylight when they are very calm and accept very much ....!

unfortuanly i only got a female right now and i hope i can get a few animals @ snakeday houten 12-09-2012, for now i'm building some enclosures for them

@ franck that's great! id apreciate it very much to hear of your experience and also put me on the list for some future CB animals XD
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PostSubject: Re: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Sun 8 Apr - 0:11

I think this is one of the nicest species of the Boiga genus. I had a pair or years and bred them as well. The youngsters are extremely nice, but not as nice as the juveniles from Buton. They are much brighter and colourful than the ones from Sulawesi. Still regret it that I sold my Buton animals. Good luck with finding some animals and breeding them. Take a look at my website as well for some photos of different Boigas: www.catsnakes.com

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PostSubject: Re: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Wed 11 Apr - 17:46

Very nive animals Wink

I had 7 gemmicintas - 4 cb and 3 wc -, and they were all, more peacefull than melanota og dendropihla.

Franck:
They are not very difficult to breed, so hopefully your breeding efforts will go well Wink


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PostSubject: Re: Boiga dendrophila gemmicincta 1.1   Wed 11 Apr - 20:48

Hello Jakob,
Thanks for your remark, I will give you informations about.
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