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 Dispholidus typus, happy day

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dim lefe



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PostSubject: Dispholidus typus, happy day   Mon 20 Aug - 6:30

8 babies are born , after 77 days of incubation.[img][/img]
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Paul Bester
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PostSubject: Re: Dispholidus typus, happy day   Mon 20 Aug - 6:51

Well done!
These are very rarely bred even here in SA.
Do you have any photos of the parents?
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dim lefe



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PostSubject: Re: Dispholidus typus, happy day   Mon 20 Aug - 7:43

yes unfortunately it is a species that is found soon.
but which is very exciting.
Here the father and mother in mating
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Flandroit Patrik
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PostSubject: Re: Dispholidus typus, happy day   Mon 20 Aug - 7:43

Congratulations but damage that we do not see well the snake!
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Paul Bester
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PostSubject: Re: Dispholidus typus, happy day   Mon 20 Aug - 19:25

Can you give more info on the breeding and incubation process?
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dim lefe



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PostSubject: Re: Dispholidus typus, happy day   Tue 21 Aug - 16:26

Paul Bester wrote:
Can you give more info on the breeding and incubation process?
I breding at 24-26 ° March to October with a hot spot at 30-32 ° by spraying 2 times per day. overnight I lower the temperature to 20 °.
November to February and the temperature is 17-20 °, no hot spot and not food.
but always with 2 sprays.
in the case of adults.
the female has been slow to acclimate (6 month). dining the male immediately mouse.
for I have egg incubated at 28.5 ° on moss.
my biggest fear was calcification of the shell due to supply rodent.

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Gustav Eloy
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PostSubject: Re: Dispholidus typus, happy day   Tue 21 Aug - 16:43

very nice very nice and congratulations on your success, keep updating on the babys best of luck
regards
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Paul Bester
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PostSubject: Re: Dispholidus typus, happy day   Tue 21 Aug - 17:26

Thanks for the info!
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Kelly Chabak
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PostSubject: Re: Dispholidus typus, happy day   Wed 22 Aug - 6:59

Outstanding:) Congratulations
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