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Posted by Tony Baez on July 17, 2002 at 19:28:11:
In Reply to: Anyone with Ahaetulla nasuta experience??????? posted by Brendan on July 17, 2002 at 16:05:43:
Hello Brenden, Ahaetulla nasuta can be maintained in the same manner as Ahaetulla prasina. If you bought your specimens from a person on the colubrids classifieds named Mitch a few days ago they are indeed Ahaetulla nasuta. Ahaetulla nasuta can easily be identified by its pointed rostral projection which is lacking in A.prasina and ends bluntly. The genus Ahaetlla are lizard specialist. Their favorite diet is geckoes so it seems you have it made for you. Be careful though as WC lizards are major carriers of internal parasites. I highly recomend you quickly hydrate and deparasitize your new snakes for internal parasites. Once they are acclimated and treated for parasites they make very interesting captives with some remarkable behaviors. If you have any futher questions please feel free to ask. Sincerely, Tony Baez.