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PostSubject: Philodryas trilineata   Wed 27 Feb - 3:35

Probably one of my favourite species in the genus, it seems nobody like them because of no flashy colours and so on but I think they're fascinating.

A female :





An other one :



A male :



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Finger crossed !
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Wed 27 Feb - 15:04

Very nice species!
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Wed 27 Feb - 17:51

Good luck with that Johannes!

Nice to see some oddball's in this section!
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Thu 28 Feb - 7:38

Thank you Wink

More subject like this to come hopefully...
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Sat 2 Mar - 8:49

Those are charming
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Wed 7 Aug - 19:24

Found 20 minutes ago :



They were layed in fresh peat, so the female have "walked" over them, thus covering them with peat.
I don't know if they are good or if they're slugs. Will see if some other are showing up this afternoon.
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Fri 9 Aug - 6:47

Congratz thats awesome!!
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Fri 9 Aug - 20:39

Not that awesome. There is a total of 16 eggs but unfortunately all are slugs.
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Mon 28 Oct - 5:29

Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Mon 28 Oct - 5:48

Good luck with it , nice photo's
i like Philodryas
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Mon 28 Oct - 6:33

Congratulations!! Good luck incubating them. I hope they all hatch!
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Mon 28 Oct - 8:33

Thanks guys ! 29.5°C and 85/90% hygrometry... Hope it will works.
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Mon 28 Oct - 17:37

How many days will it take before they hatch ? +- Wink 

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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Mon 28 Oct - 17:42

Don't really know, there is no information about the P.trilineata reproduction. So... between 45 and 60 days I would say ! I should have some P.patagoniensis eggs also.
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Tue 29 Oct - 1:31

Johannes Marchand wrote:
Thanks guys ! 29.5°C and 85/90%
Hi Johannes,

I think that 29.5° it's too high, I would keep a lower temperature max 28°.

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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Tue 29 Oct - 2:26

Hi, could you please explain me why ?
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Tue 29 Oct - 2:47

I know a friend of mine uses 80 Fahrenheit ( 26,6 celsius ) for philodryas Baroni

he had a lot of succes with it , 29,5 seems a bit to high for me to
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Tue 29 Oct - 2:53

OK... But I have a friend of mine who have had a lot of success with P.patagoniensis at 30° and have had some success with P.psammophidea.

Just have put the eggs at 28°, I guess it is a good compromise and that it will works fine. Though, I'm waiting for Riccardo's arguments.
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Tue 29 Oct - 3:19

Well then its fine (;  experience is what counts so whe can all learn of it
anyway i'm happy for you  , Philodryas is a cool species , i hope they all hatch

Climate change and temperature dependent sex Smile 
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Sat 2 Nov - 5:50

Sorry I'm late, I lost a clutch of P. olfersii to high temperatures while I had a good hatching and incubated at 28 °
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Wed 27 Nov - 20:38

Any news yet with your eggs Johannes ? Very Happy 

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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Wed 27 Nov - 21:28

They're still in the incubator and everything goes well for the moment. At least for 4 of 5 eggs. One is a bit too collapsed on itself I think... More news in 2 or 3 weeks !
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Wed 27 Nov - 23:04

Ok , lets hope the best , it is always exciting bounce  affraid  bounce 

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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Fri 29 Nov - 9:22

One of the other egg is starting to have a little moisture on it, don'gt know if it will lasts. Anyway, still three in the race.
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PostSubject: Re: Philodryas trilineata   Fri 29 Nov - 17:39

If you mean fungus instead of moisture Embarassed 

A bit of fungus doesn't matter , of what i heard from friends there eggs just hatched

so dont worry ( unless it becomes to much )

I hope all 3 will hatch for you Wink  very exciting
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