Knowledge and Information about Venomous Snakes and their Husbandry, Conservation or medical Importance
Am I making this up or is there an orange phase of Trimeresurus trigonocephalus? I think(?) I saw a picture of one a few years back but cannot seem to locate it anymore. Has anyone ever heard of these and possibly know where I can find a picture?
In 2006 my passion for this species was renewed, thanks to a litter of 14 which had two remarkable babies in it. One was black & white, the other one black & yellow. Neither of the parents had any black on them. The b/w male, or "0601",
In order not to interrupt Mario's story (i think the story is'nt finished and he will tell us a something more about his successful breedings), I'm opening a new Thread for my own breeding "experiments". First 2 pictures showing pre-mating behaviour; I
Vipera latastei gaditana Male Female, that uses its tail to attract prey Vipera ammodytes ruffoi, males Vipera ammodytes ammodytes Females Males Vipera ammodytes gregorwallneri Male, behind you can
A New Member of the ,,grenn Pitvipers,, from SE Asia is discribed. New Taxa and new Genus You can find the Article on the Site from ZOOTAXA. www.mapress.com/zootaxa/content.html Zootaxa 2918: 114 (14 Jun. 2011) 7 plates; 36 references
Here is another Trimeresurus puniceus from my collection. A female and i bought her as a Trimeresurus borneensis. With a friend of my (Dick Visser) i drove for more then 10 hours just to pick here up. Before that i only saw a few pictures of her. The
The new Atheris (Mount Mabu Forest Viper, Atheris mabuensis Branch & Baylis, 2009) has now been described. I have the pdf if anyone is interested. Maybe Mario will allow it to be uploaded onto the site if anyone wants it.