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 Vipera a.ammodytes. Krk

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PostSubject: Vipera a.ammodytes. Krk   Mon 16 Apr - 6:14

These are 2010 captive bred animals.
They are related, but i have an unrelated female aswell (not on the pictures)

The female.




The male.




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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.ammodytes. Krk   Mon 16 Apr - 6:29

Hello ;

You maintain a beautiful couple, what beauties !

Small question, how do you do the branches to process and eliminate parasites ?

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.ammodytes. Krk   Mon 16 Apr - 6:49

Piero Moroni wrote:
Hello ;

You maintain a beautiful couple, what beauties !

Small question, how do you do the branches to process and eliminate parasites ?

Thank you..

Thank you Piero,
I don't.
Never had problems (knock on wood).
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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.ammodytes. Krk   Mon 16 Apr - 15:22

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Small question, how do you do the branches to process and eliminate parasites ?

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What kind of parasites should be processed or eliminated?
What kind of snake-threatening parasites do you expect to be on branches (and other material) collected outdoors?

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.ammodytes. Krk   Mon 16 Apr - 21:00

Peter Zürcher wrote:

What kind of parasites should be processed or eliminated?
What kind of snake-threatening parasites do you expect to be on branches (and other material) collected outdoors?

Is it not possible to find on the branches outdoors any mites?
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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.ammodytes. Krk   Mon 16 Apr - 21:15

oh, it sure IS possible - if a wild snake infected with mites has been laying on the branches shortly before.....

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.ammodytes. Krk   Mon 16 Apr - 21:46

The most important thing might be ticks , but if you leave the branches on a dry place it is quite safe .
There are less threatening species outdoor, than at shops or expo branches.
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