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New Candoia People - Part 2

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Posted by: viborero at Wed Mar 1 10:24:34 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by viborero ]  
   

Hey all. We have let our Candoia C. Carinata (we think) acclimate for the past week. I adjusted her terrarium so that the daytime temps range from 78-82 degrees, and the night drops to about 75-76. Humidity is 60-70%. She has vines to climb, multiple hides, a basking spot, and her substrate is Jungle Bed. She doesn't come out from under her bark much, but I caught her climbing her vines a couple of nights ago.

About feeding: She has not eaten for me. The store said she was eating anoles, but that I should try to switch her over to pinks. I tried for the first time yesterday. I scented the pink with a tree frog and left it in there all day and night. Nothing happened. She just seemed scared of the mouse. Any tips?

Here are some pics I took this morning. I apologize for the horrible quality, I am no good with that camera. By the way, can anyone tell if she is indeed C. C. Carinata, or is she C. C. Paulsoni? Thank you.






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Diego & Tiffany
SNAKES
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1.0.0 Boa Constrictor
0.1.0 Tangerine Honduran Milksnake
0.1.0 Halloween Honduran Milksnake
1.0.0 Honduran Milksnake
0.1.0 Mexican Black Kingsnake
2.0.0 Ball Pythons
0.0.1 Ribbon Snake
0.0.2 Rosy Boas (Coastal & Baja)
0.0.1 Pueblan Milksnake
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1.0.0 Western Hognose
0.1.0 Solomon Island Boa
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0.1.0 Eastern Collared Lizard
0.1.0 Merauke Blue Tongue Skink
1.0.0 Turquoise Sunburst Veiled Chameleon
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