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PostSubject: Ammodytes meridonalis   Tue 22 Jul - 4:19

My Female ammo', just recently sold and living with someone else.

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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Tue 22 Jul - 4:23

Her Husband , now also sold
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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Sat 21 Mar - 4:26

They live with me and have been very "active" Shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Sat 21 Mar - 20:42

Nice animals..god luck whit them..
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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Sat 21 Mar - 23:12

The first picture is stunning, Al!!

Edit: Corrected the photographers name.. Sorry for the mixup, dudes.. Crying or Very sad


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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Sun 22 Mar - 21:10

That's my pic Miqe Very Happy

Excellent news Graeme! Let me know when the little ones are born, are they the only pair of your to hook up ?

Cheers,
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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Mon 23 Mar - 0:49

Al Hyde wrote:
That's my pic Miqe Very Happy

Excellent news Graeme! Let me know when the little ones are born, are they the only pair of your to hook up ?

Cheers,
Al

The Sonoran Sidewinders hooked up before cooling and like bunnies after they warmed up and my 75% IJJ female looks ready to pop!

All the rest are young critters!
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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Mon 23 Mar - 16:14

Nice one, plenty of bubs heading your way then Graeme Very Happy

I bet Stu's reserved 4.4 of your ammo' babies , eh?

Can't wait until my bitis are old enough
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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Mon 23 Mar - 17:09

Al Hyde wrote:
Nice one, plenty of bubs heading your way then Graeme Very Happy

I bet Stu's reserved 4.4 of your ammo' babies , eh?

Can't wait until my bitis are old enough

She is eating very well, drinking lots and is very grumpy!

Fingers crossed the male isnt a "jaffa"

I'll pick the babies with the biggest warts for Stu Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Mon 23 Mar - 21:39

Well, he did lock in once when I had them , but it wasn't for long. I've got my fingers crossed for you mate Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Tue 24 Mar - 8:25

Al Hyde wrote:
Well, he did lock in once when I had them , but it wasn't for long. I've got my fingers crossed for you mate Very Happy

They locked four times (that I observed) so fingers crossed.

As you know I did have a complete disaster this afternoon. Whilst cleaning and moving ammos around I put the male Vipera a. ammodytes in with the Vipera a.meridionalis which I'd done before (resulting in nice combat which led to lots of copulation) however this time the female meridionalis went spastic and bit the male mid body and killed him in 15 minutes!

A stupid thing to do and I'm gutted as he was a great snake and real calm.

He died very quickly and probably suffered little, where as I'm real upset.

Although its never great to put them in together they had never don much other than try and copultate and its got me that it was the female that bit him!

Looks like Vaa and Vam do not have resistance to each others venom?

P*ss*d off big time
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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Tue 24 Mar - 15:03

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Al Hyde wrote:
Well, he did lock in once when I had them , but it wasn't for long. I've got my fingers crossed for you mate Very Happy

They locked four times (that I observed) so fingers crossed.

As you know I did have a complete disaster this afternoon. Whilst cleaning and moving ammos around I put the male Vipera a. ammodytes in with the Vipera a.meridionalis which I'd done before (resulting in nice combat which led to lots of copulation) however this time the female meridionalis went spastic and bit the male mid body and killed him in 15 minutes!

A stupid thing to do and I'm gutted as he was a great snake and real calm.

He died very quickly and probably suffered little, where as I'm real upset.

Although its never great to put them in together they had never don much other than try and copultate and its got me that it was the female that bit him!

Looks like Vaa and Vam do not have resistance to each others venom?

P*ss*d off big time

That´s strange..

Maybe the bite hit something inside that make it die. I have had ammo´s biting eachother in the center of the head, and still surviving..
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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Tue 24 Mar - 17:05

Miqe Erikzen wrote:
Graeme Skinner wrote:
Al Hyde wrote:
Well, he did lock in once when I had them , but it wasn't for long. I've got my fingers crossed for you mate Very Happy

They locked four times (that I observed) so fingers crossed.

As you know I did have a complete disaster this afternoon. Whilst cleaning and moving ammos around I put the male Vipera a. ammodytes in with the Vipera a.meridionalis which I'd done before (resulting in nice combat which led to lots of copulation) however this time the female meridionalis went spastic and bit the male mid body and killed him in 15 minutes!

A stupid thing to do and I'm gutted as he was a great snake and real calm.

He died very quickly and probably suffered little, where as I'm real upset.

Although its never great to put them in together they had never don much other than try and copultate and its got me that it was the female that bit him!

Looks like Vaa and Vam do not have resistance to each others venom?

P*ss*d off big time

That´s strange..

Maybe the bite hit something inside that make it die. I have had ammo´s biting each other in the center of the head, and still surviving..

Miqe

Although I saw the female strike at the male there are no puncture wounds on the snake at all.

He died very quickly and has no signs on his body at all.

If I could get a autopsy done locally I would.

I have also had other ammos bite each other so I'm puzzled to say the least.

At least I can think of him in combat with the other male which led to lots of copulation.

Still feels rotten though

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PostSubject: Re: Ammodytes meridonalis   Wed 25 Mar - 4:23

V.a.a and V.a.meridionalis have a bit different venoms, still, most likely she hit something important inside him. I have had also bite accidents between V.a.ammodytes without remarkable results, but for example my female Gloydius blomhoffi killed male with one hit.
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