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Old 01-02-04, 09:54 AM   #31 (permalink)
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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
Wow...Thank you Roy. I never knew of any other species. What are the names of the sand boas? I can't find any info in my books, I want to read up on them.

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Old 01-02-04, 10:57 AM   #32 (permalink)
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What about Cordylus tropidosternum? I think it sounds pretty cool

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What about Cordylus tropidosternum? I think it sounds pretty cool

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Tropical girdled lizard?....

How about Heladerma suspectum suspectum; can't wait to see one of these guys in the wild out here..hint hint...

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I'm not gonna give this one away either, but Jennifer if you want to see some I know where to look! I know where there are a couple dens...
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I know people who have found them out here, and where they did..but a den or two sure would be nice to find. No touchy though...
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Actually for the first latin name
boa constictor imperator is actually columbian boa or common boa not common red tail boa because in fact BCI boas aren't true red tails so how can it be called a common red tail boa
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Not up to par on latin names for lizards, but I know this one!

Heloderma suspectum suspectum - Gila Monster
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Cordylus tropidosternum- Tropical spiny tailed lizard

Riopa fernandi?

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Old 01-02-04, 11:16 PM   #39 (permalink)
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Okay, I'll jump in...
Here's a good one...

How about <html><i> Stegonotus cucullatus </i></html> ?

And no using any search engines, lol!

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Riopa fernandi

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Stegonotus cucullatus = Slaty grey snake... Those are beauties! Certainly not talked about enough.

How about Charina bottae umbratica??
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Is that the Southern Rubber Boa? I don't know my <html><i> Charina </i></html> very well.

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Yah, rubber boa, not sure which locality.

How about:

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.... is it some kind of cobra? (I know nothing about this)
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Red spitting cobra,what a beauty! I had to cheat though
Never even knew of such a thing.


Here's one........ Angkistrodon piscivorous,hint--you mess with one they'll come after you
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