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 Some vaillanti hatchlings

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Jelmer Groen
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PostSubject: Some vaillanti hatchlings   Wed 6 Aug - 3:11

Here are some pics of my vaillanti hatchlings. They started hatching after 58 days at an average of 26 degrees celsius.







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PostSubject: Re: Some vaillanti hatchlings   Wed 6 Aug - 12:51

Hi Jelmer
Very nice!! Is this subspecie difficult to keep? I have Laticincta and they are really easy! But I have have heard Vaillanti is more difficult?
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PostSubject: Re: Some vaillanti hatchlings   Wed 6 Aug - 15:57

god, are this beautiful snakes or what?


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PostSubject: Re: Some vaillanti hatchlings   Wed 6 Aug - 16:29

Absolutely beautiful. Sorry to ask a newbie question, but are these Oreocryptophis porphyraceus vaillanti?

Those snakes are non venomous, right?
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PostSubject: Re: Some vaillanti hatchlings   Wed 6 Aug - 16:35

yes günter - they are non - venomous.


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PostSubject: Re: Some vaillanti hatchlings   Thu 7 Aug - 1:55

Gavin Carpenter wrote:
Hi Jelmer
Very nice!! Is this subspecie difficult to keep? I have Laticincta and they are really easy! But I have have heard Vaillanti is more difficult?
Cheers
Gavin

Hello Gavin,

To be honest with you; I have had more problems with cornsnakes Laughing

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