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Posted by Gina C on September 30, 2002 at 12:52:41:
In Reply to: Re: R. sarasinorum posted by nbemmer on September 30, 2002 at 09:46:57:
:I keep R. Sarasinorum. I don't find them to be aggresive, just pretty flighty and shy. I have 2 females at the moment and will be tryin to see what i can find for a male in the future so i can try breeding maybe next spring. One of mine is actually quite tame and will let me pick her up gently and will sit on my hand but is not nearly as tame as my Chahoua, Aurics, Ciliatus. Nate
::Who out there is working with these guys? Has anyone here bred them? Have you had any aggression problems?
I thnk maybe the aggression may just be a male female thing. Or maybe I'm just lucky. :( Are your females housed together) Have you ever herd any vocaization? I think my male growls.