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Joost Nederlof
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PostSubject: new arrivals   Sun 26 May - 2:42

hi all, i picked up a group of malpolon moilensis today 2.3. really nice ficesty animals. i got a really thick girl that might be pregnant and a almost yellow animal without any black collor on her body.

anyway here are the pic from today, enjoy!






second male



she's a bit scared


yellowish girl





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PostSubject: Re: new arrivals   Sun 26 May - 3:15

Hello Joost,

these are very nice and interesting animals. I wish you much luck with them and I especially wish you that they will accept mice as food.

Keep us updated, please.

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PostSubject: Re: new arrivals   Sun 26 May - 3:22

they allready ate mice before i got them today so that shouldn't be a problem.

i hope to breed them in the near futere. i keep you updated
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PostSubject: Re: new arrivals   Tue 28 May - 2:30

I updated my group ,too ... and one or two animals seems to be pregnant, at least I hope so.
I got an really huge animal and I never expected that size. My older animals which I kept for a while are not nearly that size.
All my R. moilenis ate easily rodent ...

Very nice and healthy looking animals you got...

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PostSubject: Re: new arrivals   Tue 28 May - 17:03

thanks fabian. do you have any idea of what incubation tempurature the eggs need and how long they take to hatch? i'll probbably pairing them up in 2 weeks after they eat something at my place.


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PostSubject: Re: new arrivals   Thu 30 May - 3:15

Very cool, I love the pics, I am hoping to get my hands on a pair myself, maybe this year.

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PostSubject: Re: new arrivals   Fri 31 May - 18:14

Very nice Joost. I'm getting a pair of these in Hamm September. They are babies but eat small rodents. I have started to breed small geckos and frogs already if feeding on mice will be a problem.

It is also for the hopefully arriving Malpolon monspessulanus babies. My female looks huge this year and still havent laid any eggs so everything looks more promising then the last couple of years.

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PostSubject: Re: new arrivals   Sat 1 Jun - 16:49

I've introduced a male and female yesterday. it went quite well, they checked out eachother followed by a wrangling between the 2. and than they got more calmso that was quite interresting
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PostSubject: Re: new arrivals   Sat 5 Mar - 7:19

Beautiful animals, this species seems to have an interesting behavior.
regards P
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