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Posted by: batgirl25 at Sat Sep 20 16:29:24 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by batgirl25 ]  
   

Hello new here. I been keeping snakes for awhile and love reading about them and the many different species and all the pics. well anyways im not a breeder but I read bout how certain snakes need to be certain weights in order to breed safely. I like mainly colubrids and mountain kingsnakes. the Arizona mountain kingsnake to be specific. L pyro pyro. I get confused because they always refer to another snake name when talking bout its breeding habits and no book or internet search is that species specific. basically what is the actual size range for an adult and at what size does it safely breed at? and does it really prefer the elevations and rock slates over 4000 feet? thank you


   

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