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PostSubject: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Tue 15 May - 22:12

Hi guys,
Im looking for youngsters(single or pair) of this speices CB if possible (im not sure if anyone does breed them though), if anyone can help.

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Wed 16 May - 19:51

Hey Mark,

as far as I remember, Samuel Li offered them once and Fabian Dirks bought some. I don't know what happend to them.

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Wed 16 May - 20:20

I did not get them from Samuel Li, but I won´t pay attention to that genus in future. ( high priced and the chances are not good , if you will get offspring, you will not find buyers for that price, you estimate )
They are very shy and the hooding is only when you disturb them much!
Feeding is the problem at this genus, mine do not accept mice and they poorly swallowed them.
Other species accept easily frozen frogs I have at home, they didnt easily! Another keeper said they only accept wc frogs ( Rana ) from asia.

One specimen died short after arriving, one animal was around 1 year at my collection and died.

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Wed 16 May - 20:24

An Austrian dealer has been offering Pseudoxenodon k. karlschmidti recently.
According to his add on "willhaben" these should be easy to keep.....
http://www.willhaben.at/iad/kaufen-und-verkaufen/tiere-zubehoer/1-1pseudoxenodon-karlschmidti-karlschmidti-falsche-kobra-raritaet-40012781?adId=40012781

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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Thu 17 May - 1:00

The keeping (until they die) is quite easy

not much technique necessary
cage (1*0,5*0,5 m)
a light bulb to heat ( not to high temp )
moss and earth and some plants

all they need !
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PostSubject: Re: Pseudoxenodon bambusicola   Thu 17 May - 7:28

Thanks for the info guys! really appreciate it
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