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Posted by Jeremy G on March 12, 2003 at 07:03:01:

In Reply to: Another breeding pines shot posted by nodaksnakelover on March 12, 2003 at 03:36:48:

Congrats man!! I hope they produce viable eggs for ya!! and I really like how you got him biteing down on her neck! Being that I havent bred any Pituophis yet, is the common? I know ive heard recorded from other sp but havent seen it in pines yet. Again, really cool pics!

Also, I have a 6ft female which was burmated and a 6 ft male which was not. If I throw em together do you think he will be stimulated to breed, even if haveing not been cooled? I know its thought that for some sp of snake, hibernateing is important to sperm production in males. Does the same hold true for pines?

welp, thank in advance for any info you can give.

Congrats again!

Jeremy


:Here they are again breeding. enjoy the pic!





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