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PostSubject: Brazilian Bothrops species   Tue 20 Dec - 4:21

Hello people. I am a creator of Brazil (my english is very bad), and I have some viperideos. I'll post some pictures of them, so they have more updated photos I put. Any tips, suggestions and criticisms are accepted

Bothrops marajoensis ( female, hypomelanistic)

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female baby

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male baby

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B jararaca patternless
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Bothrops (Bothropoides) jararaca common
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian Bothrops species   Tue 20 Dec - 16:07

nice collection of Bothrophs, keep posting regards
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian Bothrops species   Tue 20 Dec - 16:11

by the way welcome to the forum
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian Bothrops species   Wed 21 Dec - 4:53

Bothropoides jararaca

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Philodryas olfersi , colubridae, opistógliphy which sometimes causes accidents. Its toxin is similar to that of Bothrops
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian Bothrops species   Wed 21 Dec - 8:39

very nice Philodryas you have there, looks like its a good eater, congrats
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian Bothrops species   Wed 21 Dec - 8:43

Wow!
any chance of you selling some offspring to europe and ME in the future?
Nice collection!
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian Bothrops species   Wed 21 Dec - 11:00

The B. marajoensis, is pregnant again. Earlier this year due to give birth. The P. olfersi, laid 10 eggs now hatch in early January. Soon I will post photos of other venomous. Thanks for the compliments.
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian Bothrops species   Tue 27 Dec - 5:08

Hi Alexander, I am hobbyst and I also live in Brazil. I bought one baby male Bothrops marajoensis.It has 3 months approximately.I have others samples of Bothtrops,Philodryas and Crotalus. I can enter in contact with you for msn? Congratulations for the samples, and as sending photos in the forum?
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PostSubject: Re: Brazilian Bothrops species   Tue 27 Dec - 22:20





Crotalus durissus terrificus.(Female,1 year and 2 months)








Bothrops erythromelas(Het albinic).(Female,1 year and 7 months)


Some vipers of my colection.Later I dispatched by post more vipers of my collection. Good day.Im sorry for my english.
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