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Nate Cerniglia
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PostSubject: A few odds and ends!   Wed 23 Apr - 18:32

Hello everybody, These are just a few odds and ends out of my collection that i thought i would share with you.  



These first few pictures are of my pair of crotalus ruber







male Crotalus horridus [canebrake]






crotalus oreganus lutosus




A crotalus oreganus abyssus that dose not have a rattle. It has a rounded segment on the end of its tail that comes off every time it sheds.






A couple crotalus cerberus








agkistrodon contortrix pair






vipera ammodytes




Python sebae [African rock python] write after it shed...and its puppy dog tame


Python sebae one piece complete shed.




pet patagonian cavy


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PostSubject: Re: A few odds and ends!   Thu 24 Apr - 5:25

Crotalus horridus amazing. Congratulations to the collection.
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PostSubject: Re: A few odds and ends!   Thu 24 Apr - 8:19

Thank you Rafał.

I see Crotalus horridus as a very underrated croalus. There are many different variations in there color from almost solid black to silver. Not very many rattlesnakes have such extreme contrast with that bright silver body with those dark black chevron pasterns,along with that bold copper stripe all the way down the back. The near solid black locals with the gold highlights are just beautiful to.

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PostSubject: Re: A few odds and ends!   Thu 24 Apr - 17:35

Hi Nate,
I agree with you when it comes to Crotalus horridus are very common in private farms when it comes to rattlesnakes. I have never had in his collection horridus, but I've seen them in the Czech Republic, Ostrava. They are really beautiful. Especially if one sees them live. And your individual, amazing, certainly pleases the eye in the collection. A write to me what has character, are aggressive?
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PostSubject: A few odds and ends!   Fri 25 Apr - 15:52

To answer your question Rafał, In my personal experience with Crotalus horridus, i don't really see them as an aggressive snake but more as a species with a very strong feeding response. The young ones certainly can be a bit nippy tho...That is just my personal opinion of them, i'm sure there are people out there who have had many different experiences with Crotalus horridus.  

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PostSubject: Re: A few odds and ends!   Sat 26 Apr - 21:53

I understand. I asked because I had no contact with this species and wonder about it, to reappear in my collection. But I see that you are a young farmer. You always had only rattlesnakes?

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PostSubject: Re: A few odds and ends!   Sun 27 Apr - 9:59

Rafał ,
Crotalus horridus is a great species and i definitely recommend them to any one who has the opportunity to acquire one.......Yes i mostly only keep rattlesnakes with a hand full of exceptions.
i have another post in Crotalus & Sistrurus with pictures of most of my other rattlesnakes and its under 'my crotalus collection'
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PostSubject: Re: A few odds and ends!   Sun 27 Apr - 17:51

Hi Nate,
I noticed your gallery, you have these beautiful snakes and most of it rattlesnakes. Not counting horridus, I think also of C. Cerberus. But it is in the future. At the moment I am looking for A. Hispida and Zhaoermia Progress. I wish you success in breeding friend.
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