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Re: Jan Grathwohl; Natrix (pictures of Natrix maura)


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Posted by Jan Grathwohl on March 11, 2003 at 14:26:59:

In Reply to: Jan Grathwohl; Natrix posted by michael56 on March 10, 2003 at 18:31:30:

Hi Michael

I unfortunately don't have pictures of other subspecies of Natrix natrix yet, but might be able to photograph some Natrix natrix persa this weekend

A friend of mine is breeding Natrix maura, which I plan on adding to my snakeproject later on this year. These are some of his pictures.

Regards

Jan Grathwohl

:Jan, do you have access to photos of other natrix species being raised at home? Seeing as how our Nerodia were called natrix for so long ... they're kin! Besides, I'd like these guys to see some patterns/colours that are'nt familiar to us on our N.American semi-aquatics. I think they'd appreciate them, relative max. size as well as the fact that they are'nt as out-right aggressive.
:This generation of herpers is the cutting edge, first time rearing of Nerodia from wild and captive bred snakes in North America. With wild specimens having true multiple colour phases, the very near future is going to see some pretty amazing things.

:Michael E.
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