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 Micrurus pyrrhocryptus, Bothrops moojeni, Echis sochureki

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PostSubject: Micrurus pyrrhocryptus, Bothrops moojeni, Echis sochureki   Sun 25 Mar - 18:13

Hi all

here a few more spontaneous shots.






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PostSubject: Re: Micrurus pyrrhocryptus, Bothrops moojeni, Echis sochureki   Mon 26 Mar - 18:58

I really like the Micrurus!

Can you tell some more on how you keep the Micrurus?
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PostSubject: Re: Micrurus pyrrhocryptus, Bothrops moojeni, Echis sochureki   Mon 26 Mar - 23:21

Hi Jan

We have kept three species of Micrurus in the past 6 years: M. laticollaris, M. nigrocinctus divaricatus and M. (frontalis) pyrrhocryptus, and we found them to be quite different in their demands. M. laticollaris liked it more dry and was eating small freeze/thawed lizards, while nigrocinctus is more fond of moist and eats dead corn snakes. The pyrrhocryptus, which is the largest of the three (about 1.2 m in length), likes it semi-dry but refuses to eat anything. I am force-feeding the snake once every four weeks with diet cat food through a pinky pump. So far it is doing well on this diet. The laticollaris I had for more than 5 years, and the nicrocinctus I have now for more than 4 years. All great snakes!
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