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Re: Trimeresurus albolabris


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Posted by johnnygotbitten on March 27, 2003 at 13:14:38:

In Reply to: Trimeresurus albolabris posted by skin78 on March 25, 2003 at 16:43:29:

Hi,
I have one adult female, two young males and one young female.
The adult female is now gravid and Iím expecting the spawn any day now.

They have hemotoxic venom and from what I know (not personal experience) it is not deadly by VERY painful and leaves scars and disabilities.

From my personal experience the young ones are very aggressive and jumpy.
But the adult one (which is venomoid I should add) is very come and can be handles by hand without getting bitten.

Here is a photo of the female with the one of the males that copulated with her.



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