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Re: snakes: can somebody tell what it is?????


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Posted by knotsnake on November 21, 2002 at 22:29:17:

In Reply to: snakes: can somebody tell what it is????? posted by Richard Mastenbroek on November 19, 2002 at 13:15:31:

:Hello Guys,

:These snakes are both wild catch from China (exact locality is not given) itís given to me by a friend that lives in China.
:The Green specimen is supposing to be a kind of insect eating Opistoglyph.
:The Yellow specimen is a wild catch albino Rabdophis sp. but the exact name is not known for me. Can anybody help me to give the species name and some info on venom, and even husbandry???

:Thanks in advance

:Richard Mastenbroek

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I don't know green specimen. Yellow snake is Xenochrophis piscator, that nice specimen.



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