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RE: Ground snakes, anyone?

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Posted by: KevColubrid at Sat May 5 11:19:18 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by KevColubrid ]  
   

Yeah, I've heard different things about them, I remember reading earlier on on a post that they don't make great captives, but they seem like they'd be worth the effort. The ones I found along the Arkansas/Missouri border were absolutely stunning, they were the banded phase, also had a lot of orange and some red to them. I've seen others that are tan with a red line down the back, some that are just tan, I've seen a bunch of different phases on these guys. I know in the wild they eat mainly centipedes and spiders, but if they'll take crickets and waxworms, then that's the hard part. Any luck breeding them?
Kevin


   

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