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Posted by squamiger on March 26, 2003 at 22:28:49:
In Reply to: Arboreal Viper Multiple generation query... posted by SRX on March 24, 2003 at 17:09:39:
FYI for future reference it is Shane Mader and he's a good guy. My brother and I have bred T. albolabris, T. borneensis, T. purp, B. schleg, A. squamigera, and A. chlorechis. Jim Campbell never had any luck with the ceratophora last I heard. Toss in Frank Castro on the eyelash and some of the Atheris and Trim species. Take care.
:Just curious in longevity records or reproduction records on the following species. Would anyone like to share whether they have produced at least one generation or multi-generation breedings of the following? Not trying to pry into peoples lives, just interested in TRUE captive breedings of Arboreal vipers; not gravid imports.
:B. schlegellii(David Kornely, Shawn Mader, Jim Cambell)
:B. marchii(anyone had any consistency with these?)
:A. ceratophora(Jim Cambell)
:A. squamiger(Shawn Mader, Derek Morgan?)
:A. chloroechis(Shawn Mader, Derek Morgan?)
:A. hisipidus(???any made it past 2yrs in captivity???)
:T. waglerii(F1 at least...not a gravid import, F2??)
:T. trigonocephalis(David Kornely?)