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Old 09-01-2012, 11:12 AM
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im dying to try the way i think i will get them onto mice easily which is too basically disect a frog and create lots of little frankenstine mouse frogs with dissolvable cat gut sutures the stuff vets use for internal stitches that will disolve in seconds in a reps stomach acid then slowly reduce the amount of frog attached tosaid mouse and if u think about if if u had say 8 fresh mice then cut the frog up and added smaller and smaller amounts to each one and froze them be no different to frozen thawed
I have never had to resort to this method! It is also illegal to kill our native frogs. I have never had to feed frogs to any natrix I have had. Maybe used one or two for scenting but no harm to the frog.
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Old 09-01-2012, 11:16 AM
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I ve been looking for Dahl s whipsnake for about 5 years and never found one
Hoping to collect some from hamm if there feeding Good taste.
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Old 09-01-2012, 04:06 PM
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Hoping to collect some from hamm if there feeding Good taste.
Do you know of anyone breeding them?
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Old 09-01-2012, 04:28 PM
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Do you know of anyone breeding them?
I have a friend based in germany who keeps them. They had a late clutch. There not easy to get going but I have faith in him
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Old 09-01-2012, 05:15 PM
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I have a friend based in germany who keeps them. They had a late clutch. There not easy to get going but I have faith in him
If he has any spare I would be interested and I should be going to Hamm in march.
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Old 09-01-2012, 08:46 PM
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If he has any spare I would be interested and I should be going to Hamm in march.
Sorry there will be none spare this time. Thanks.
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Old 08-06-2012, 01:59 PM
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Hello all,
my name is Petr Papežík, I am from Czech republic. I keep only european and west asian species right now and I am looking for any snakes from this area. Here is list of my snakes:
Coronella austriaca (Didi Barbala); Dolichophis schmidti (Ateni); Dolichophis schmidti (Sevan); Eirenis modestus (Chindistavi); Elaphe quatuorlineata quatuorlineata (Krk); Elaphe quatuorlineata quatuorlineata (Montenegro); Elaphe quatuorlineta quatuorlineata (Gargano); Elaphe quatuorlineata quatuorlineata; Elaphe quatuorlineata muenteri; Elaphe sauromates (Rustavi); Hierophis gemonensis (Croatia); Hierophis viridiflavus carbonarius (Krk); Hemorrhois hippocrepis; Hemorrhois ravergieri (Georgia); Macroprotodon cucullatus; Malpolon insignitus (Ada Bojana); Malpolon insignitus; Natrix natrix helvetica; Platyceps najadum dahli (Croatia), Platyceps najadum albitemporalis (Georgia); Rhinechis scalaris (grey); Rhinechis scalaris (brown, Portugal); Telescopus fallax iberus; Zamenis dione (Taribana); Zamenis dione (Russia); Zamenis hohenackeri (Ateni - Sioni); Zamenis lineatus (Sicily); Zamenis longissimus (westen - dark); Zamenis longissimus (eastern - light); Zamenis longissimus (melanistic, Loire); Zamenis persicus (black); Zamenis persicus (brown); Zamenis situla; Zamenis situla (striped);
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Old 12-09-2012, 08:29 PM
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at the moment i keep ladder snake, leopard snake, sand boa, four lined snake, aesculapian snake, common lizard, sand lizard(red backed) and eyed lizard

but looking to expand the collection
Is your Sand Boa the live bearing or egg laying kind ??
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Old 13-09-2012, 02:22 AM
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I'd love a normal Aesculapian Snake, but do have two snakes I suppose you could count as European - a Russian Rat Snake and Russian Locale (and bred) Dione Rat Snake.
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Old 15-09-2012, 06:48 PM
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Hi everybody.

Usually I'm just a quiet reader...

I breed Natrix natrix (and helvetica), Malpolon monspessulanus and insignitus, Elaphe dione, Zamenis longissimus and, last but not least, Hemorrhois hippocrepis.

I also have Eryx tataricus, Natrix maura and Zamenis situlus but no offsprings yet.

I'd be interested in getting contact to British Malpolon breeders.

Kind regards from Switzerland and God save the Queen
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