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Old 01-02-08, 05:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Epicrates striatus subpecies

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As I managed to take at least a few pics of my snakes, I thought I post a few pics of my female Epicrates striatus fowleri and my female Epicrates striatus strigilatus. I keep 2.1 of the fowleris and 1.1 of the strigilatus. Does anybody keep other striatus subspecies such as ailurus, fosteri and mccraniei?

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Old 01-02-08, 05:27 AM   #2 (permalink)
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...and the strigilatus female.
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they are nice carpets
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Re: Epicrates striatus subpecies

fantastic looking animals gerald i love the haitian boas as you know arent there about eight or nine subspecies?
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they are nice carpets
what are they im not sure if there carpet
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what are they im not sure if there carpet
Better start reading more prior posting LOL Its posted in the Boa forum for starters, the "latin" name is given & the common name of the species is also posted I also thought the first pic was a Carpet Python at first glance, until I saw which forum it was posted in, saw the other pics & read the thread. Cool Boas that don't seem to be that common, Mark
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