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Posted by paalexan on March 02, 2003 at 12:53:48:

In Reply to: Searching the hills... posted by Conrad on March 01, 2003 at 22:18:45:

:I'm looking for what anyone anywhere knows about Dryadophis dorsalis, aka the Honduran striped racer. I can't seem to find anything about this snake. A local pet store has acquired one, and my being the local oddball snake expert, have been sent on a quest to gather info, if I don't end up with the snake myself. But if anyone out there knows anything, thanks.

I know its a species I'd jump to get if I thought I could keep them alive... basically they're semi-arboreal lowland rainforest snakes that eat lizards. If you can find information about dealing with freshly imported Ahaetulla, Oxybelis, or Gonyosoma, much of that would probably apply, and would be as close as you'll get to information about keeping Dryadophis...

Patrick Alexander

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