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Is this Boiga d.dendrophila or melanota?

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Posted by: Royreptile at Fri Mar 16 22:38:38 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Royreptile ]  
   

I'm sorry the snake is so thin. I recently acquired it from aomeone who had neglected it for some time. I have it feeding on f/t chicks voraciously though, so it should fatten up with consistent feeding.
Anyway, could anyone tell me if this is dendrophila or melanota? I'd love to eventually breed it once it is healthy, but I don't want to mix the subspecies. This is the best picture I could get without disturbing the snake, but if you need more pics(or better ones), let me know. Thanks.
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Roy Blodgett

1.1 Drymarchon corais
0.1 Coluber mormon
1.1 Lampropeltis getula californiae (desert phase)
1.0 Boiga dendrophila dendrophila
0.1 Candoia aspera (red phase)
0.1 Uroplatus henkeli
0.1 Corytophanes cristatus
2.1 Pogona vitticeps (snow and red/gold)
1.0 Iguana iguana

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