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B. Rhinoceros / Cr. Stephensii Meal

Discussion in 'General Venomous' started by Jarno, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. Jarno

    Jarno Well-Known Member

    Hi all,
    My Bitis rhinoceros male want's to add some green in his meal!
    1.0 Bitis rhinoceros
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    the plant,
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    it's a venomous plant i removed the green but maby he still have's something inside.. time will tell me..
    the female :thumbleft:
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    0.1 Crotalus stephensii
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    gr.
    Jarno
     

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  2. gapeachkatie

    gapeachkatie Elite Member

    Beautiful snakes. I hope he didn't swallow too much/any.
     
  3. mld

    mld Subscribed User Premium Member

    You are in luck, that plant is called a Chinese Evergreen (Aglaonema commutatum)and is on the safe list for reptiles. According to this site below!
    Plants Suitable for Herp Habitats

    On another note, large amounts can cause swelling and irritation to throat, so be careful.



    GORGEOUS SNAKES As usual!
     
  4. Jarno

    Jarno Well-Known Member

    Thanks for that website! thats very handy!
    On a dutch venom forum they thought that this could be a Dieffenbachia sp.
    thats a higly toxic plant, i am not sure of the plant species (it look's nice.. )
    so i keep it under the toxic and dangerous plants..
    better safe than sorry right?

    thanks all :)
    gr
     
  5. Jflores

    Jflores Elite Member

    Wow, beautiful snakes, I think im in love with your Crotalus stephensii!!!!
     
  6. mld

    mld Subscribed User Premium Member

  7. hennisntacanibal

    hennisntacanibal Elite Member

    in either case, I don't think I'd want to reach in there and take that leaf out of his mouth! ;)
     
  8. Jarno

    Jarno Well-Known Member

    my pincer had no choise :p
    thanks all

    gr.
     
  9. teach920

    teach920 Subscribed User Premium Member

    BEAUTIFUL Snakes....but I will for SURE just admire the pictures from the safety of my own laptop viewing;)
     
  10. Merlin

    Merlin Administrator Staff Member Premium Member

    It is indeed a chinese evergreen. It is not a dieffenbachia.
    I have grown both.
     

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