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Posted by Mixcoatl on August 06, 2002 at 02:59:29:
In Reply to: boige cyanea posted by niek_hofman on July 30, 2002 at 15:01:55:
Sorry for my poor english, I'm french...
I got a pair of babies Boiga cyanea a few months ago.
Those guys are really pretty.I have had somme difficulties
to get them to feed (although they were well started)Tease feeding is the only way to get them take pinkies.They refused small geckoes too.The most important thing is to have the right tweezers, 30cm long is a minimum, because they are quite intelligent and prefer to strike your hand instead of the pinky...
They are very easy to keep.High humidity (one heavy misting daily) and DTH around 28 degrees with a small drop to 25 at night
works well for me.They have very few problems shedding their skins but it's sometimes difficult to notice when they re in the blue because of their white eyes.
A very curious species, not very large (around 1 meter for the males and 1,50 m fo the larger females), not aggressive and supposedly not too dangerous, they are a must for a first rear fanged or Boiga.
They live in SE Asia, mine are CB whose parents came from Viet-Nam.
:can anybody give me some info about this spicies??? I want to buy a couple from a guy I know.. PLease any info will be appriciated..
:greets from Niek.. Holland