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RE: Trying to breed E. johnii

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Posted by: markg at Mon Apr 9 12:39:57 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by markg ]  
   

I agree with CBH on the temps.

Sounds like you are trying to keep these snakes with the "standard colubrid formula". I would read up on these snakes and ask questions to breeders (like you are doing). I think for these snakes and sandboas in general, there is a more optimum regimen for keeping and breeding them in terms of temps. 80 deg may not cut it for a gestating female. It might be OK simply to maintain a snake, but not to support successful baby production.


   

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