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Posted by: mgl at Wed Jun 21 17:47:51 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by mgl ]  
   

They are great ratsnakes to keep. Not as easily kept as corns or NA ratsnakes, but really not that difficult to keep. They like is generally cool, around mid 60s-low 70s pretty much all year round (although you can lower temps to promote breeding but really not needed--success with both). They aren't too robust and don't get gigantic. They are also great eaters, at least the line I have are. I really haven't heard of to many stubborn coxi. They generally come around and accept f/t with ease. They are spunky and will always look to be in defense mode. Mine come out periodically, but in general they are usually buried under damp moss or substrate. They are one of the prettiest natural morphs IMHO.

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mgl


   

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