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 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus

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Markus Drnovsek
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PostSubject: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Wed 3 Aug - 0:37

Here I show you one of my two pairs Gloydius halys caraganus
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Wed 3 Aug - 15:08

Hi Markus,

beautiful animals indeed! If you like, tell us a bit about the biology and husbandry of this species.

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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Thu 4 Aug - 3:04

Hello Markus,
yes, I agree. That´s a beautiful pair.
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Fri 5 Aug - 21:43

Thanks Rainer and Klaus,

Here I show you my second pair:

1.0 cb 2015



an 0.1 cb 2015




Gloydius are fantastic snakes. I can not understand that they have no lobby


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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Sat 6 Aug - 9:02

Markus,

This is a interesting question. Why has Gloydius no lobby? Even brevicaudus is beautiful too.
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Sat 6 Aug - 15:41

It´s a pity but Markus is right. In comparison to many other viperids you´ll not find many people who are interested in Gloydius though there are extremely beautiful specimens in any of the species/subspecies of that genus.
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Sat 6 Aug - 17:03

...but why is that?
Where is the mistake?

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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Wed 14 Dec - 1:44

...here my new (third) couple Gloydius halys caraganus cb 2016 "Tian Shan"

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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Wed 14 Dec - 2:11

Hello Markus,
you got another nice pair now!
I wish you luck with them,
Rainer
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Wed 14 Dec - 2:19

Nice animals!
Thanks for sharing
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Wed 14 Dec - 6:26

congratulation, nice couple ! nice pictures !
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Thu 15 Dec - 1:15

Im also wondering why these are not more common, but maybe some of them are too "old school", juveniles might be tricky to get start and of course; because in these www days most biggest shining elements are going easily to new and one to another more to new species?

The cheaper snake, less value to fast marketing and maybe in social media too?
I like these a lot and to me they are compact size and because some of them temperature needs too.
The also breed quite easily, what my novice experience tell so far.

BTW: Thanks for sharing your Gloydius halys caraganus cb 2016 "Tian Shan" pictures!
I would be glad to take some of them here in Finland too, so PM will come to there soon.
I think that i need some contacts..
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Thu 15 Dec - 2:21

Hello Toni,
I agree with you in almost all you write above, except: "juveniles might be tricky to get start". I used to keep and breed 5 species of this genus and in all of these species juveniles that really caused problems in raising them were an exception. If you mean "tricky" as a challenge to use one´s brain and maybe e.g. use data about their ecology in their natural habitat, especially macro- and microclimate, (concerning you, I am sure, you would do so), you may be right. Many of the babies don´t feed right away but almost all of them will do so after their first hibernation - problem solved.
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Thu 15 Dec - 3:06

Yes:)
I have had some own breeded G.halys -16, that has eating them self from after soon them born, and do still eat.
I did also bought to me this autumn some new G.b.sinictus -16 juveniles that was only forced before i did get them.
Soon in my home 2 of 4 did start to eat themself. I dont hibernated them in first winter, but i do variate temperature cycles, week or so long time at once. My apartment is about +13C, and this gives to me lot of space to create climate and specially night temperatures. Actually i dont know what im doing differently or similar way.
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PostSubject: Re: 1.1 Gloydius halys caraganus   Sun 18 Dec - 21:57

Thanks @ Arjan and Yannick
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