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Old 01-02-04, 12:41 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Haha my fav annies, Yellow Annacondas!
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Eunectes murinus ssp. is the green anaconda


try Eryx colubrinus or Tupinambis merianae
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Heres one:

Morelia amethistina

I think these are cool though there is not much on them.
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Eryx colubrinus

O! O! I love these, Kenyan Sand Boa!

Tupinambis merianae

Some sort of Tegu?
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Black and white Tegu?
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Heres one:

Morelia amethistina
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amethystine python

how about

Aspidites ramsayi
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Morelia amethistina= amethistine or scrub python

yeah, the argentine tegu, good show

how about Fucifer pardalis
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Aspidites ramsayi

Womas! Beatiful!

Fucifer pardalis: Had to search it in my book but Panther Chamelion

Lets use some less common reptiles.
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Here's something less common

casarea dussumieri- (hint- the only boa that lays eggs)
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I have a guess, Round island keeled-scale boa? The reason for my guess is that it is not a "TRUE" boa. I kept this in my mind as i thought it was very unique. Am i right?

Here is one: Varanus prasinus

Varanus is the easy part because now we all know its a monitor but prasinus? Lol, LOVELY COLORS HINT HINT, Think back on Caninus, and think, oops maybe i said too much LOL!
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erm, I'm kind of a newbie, but i had Latin in Highschool... is that an Emerald Monitor?

Here's my favorite: Oxybelis aeneus
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Yah, Emerald Monitor! Good job! Well actually Emerald Tree Monitor but we understand.

Oxybelis aeneus: Hmmm, searched for this, Vine snake, Brown Vine snake. Cool.

Lets see, how about Python reticulatus! Haha what i give away!
Heres a guess, python reticulatus, possibly a python, hmm, lol.

Ok here is another, Heterodon nasicus. I LOVE THOSE CUTE LITTLE GUYS! Lol.
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here's one to try.. Sistrurus miliarius streckeri

i want a green tree monitor :P..
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Nuno casarea dussumieri- the round island boa isn't the only boa to lay eggs
In the last 2 years, we've just found out that two sand boas also lay eggs...Thats how exciting herpetoculture can still be...there are still tons of things we are just discovering.
..Eryx muelleri and Eryx jayakari
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aw geez! I would kill to see one of these guys in the wild!!! But since I'm from where i'm from, i guess its not fair to give it away. But you can bet Sistrurus is on my list for next year! Who wants to go herpin!!! I'm ready for August!
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