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Posted by ABSTRACT on February 23, 2003 at 10:55:10:
In Reply to: Any help in IDing this species? here's a pic of one of them posted by Yasser on February 22, 2003 at 21:56:40:
:I am pretty sure this is a Rhabdophis but I have seen alot of confusion between this genus and other"keelbacks" in Xenochrophis (sp?).
:Well if it is a Rhab, what species do you guys think it is?
:We just picked up a 2.2 and are very pleased with them.
:If anyone out there has any experience with these as far as husbandry, I'd love to pick your brain.
:This is a species I have longed to get ahold of for many years.
:Now let's see if I can't kill them.
:BTW, I am fully aware that these snakes can be quite dangerous. I can't wait to read BGFs new stuff. If anyone has any input in this aspect as well, it would be greatly appreciated.
i'm pretty sure it's a tiger keelback(rhabdophis t.) i think there husbandry is like water snake's humidity about 80%.