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 My small dwarf bitis collection

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Sebastian Haubert
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PostSubject: My small dwarf bitis collection   Tue 24 Nov - 14:34

Hi,

the community is sleeping, so i try to wake it a little up.

Here some pics of my dwarf bitis collection:
Bitis caudalis "Aus/Namibia"


Bitis caudalis "Limpopo/Messina- SA"




Bitis cornuta "Lüderitz/Namibia" gravid


and a offspring


Bitis peringuey "Swakopmund/Namibia"
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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Tue 24 Nov - 21:31

Beautiful animals ! The first caudalis has really spectacular colors !
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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Thu 26 Nov - 0:52

Hi Andre,

yes the Aus locality is really nice. To me the nicest of all Caudalis. Unfortunaly me female died and finding other speciesmen from Aus is actually not easy.
But a friend also keep some pairs, so i hope to get some more in the future ;-)
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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Thu 26 Nov - 21:49

Really beautiful collection, I sincerely congratulate.Willingly you would see more pictures Bitis caudalis, beauty is  Smile  .
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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Fri 27 Nov - 3:53

Hi,

a little bit luring


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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Fri 27 Nov - 4:09

Very nice. Do you feed your snake in the terrarium or outside in a box?

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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Fri 27 Nov - 4:17

Hi,

i care all my dwarf adders seperate. So i feed them in the Terrarium and not outside in feeding boxes.
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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Tue 1 Dec - 1:48

Thank you.

Do you provide water? In a bowl or by pulverisation?

What is the hot spot temperature?

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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Tue 1 Dec - 3:37

How to heat a terrarium with Bitis Caudalis and where you bought such a beautiful snake? I think about Bitis Caudalis.
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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Thu 3 Dec - 2:35

Hi Rafal,

i heat my enclosures with dimmable spots, for backlight i use T5 High Output tubes.

Getting Dwarf Bitis is in some cause no Problem, some experienced breeders offer regularly B. caudalis, B. cornuta and B. atropos from different locations.
Myself breed this saison B. cornuta "Lüderitz". Next saison i try to breed with my other "Lüderitz" female and a Caudalis locality.
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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Tue 8 Dec - 22:20

Hey
Thank you for your answer. I asked, because I thought that maybe stosujes heating on the bottom of the terrarium. I used this solution at Cerastes. Are you planning any more snakes?
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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Wed 9 Dec - 3:28

Hi Rafal,

i´ll only keep dwarfs in the future.
I get a Peringueyi male for my female and also a breeding pair Caudalis "Keetmanshop" in the next time ;-)
Also plained is a Atropos locality and some more Caudalis ;-)
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PostSubject: Re: My small dwarf bitis collection   Wed 16 Dec - 3:45

Nice animals Sebastian!
I like the caudalis, beautiful little snakes....
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