Discussion in 'Ratsnakes' started by Murder Serpent, Sep 21, 2009.
Senticolis Triaspis Intermedia - Arizona Green Rat Snake.
That is a beautiful snake!
No information, is she yours, what is her name, bla-bla-bla?
I think I am in love!!
She is a CB08 Senticolis Triaspis Intermedia AKA Arizona green rat snake.
Her name is Ivy, she cost me me allot of green
She eats 3 large pinkies a feeding, once a week. She is very active compared to her future mate who hides allot. His name is Sadist and he is an unrelated CB07. Here are some recent pics:
Cool looking snake! Love the contrast of the green with the light underside.
What on earth does CB08 and 7 mean?
Captive Bred 2008 and 2007?
I think that make sense. Thanks.
Lol I was just taking a wild guess. It would seem like it would be that but not exactly sure on it.
More of my male:
She has some catching up to do but she will be almost twice his size in adulthood so no worries.
How they appear most of the time:
The first pic is great. Love tongue shots.
If you are planning on breeding them... we may have to talk some business.
Stunning colouration, must be well camouflaged in the wild. Hope the pairing goes well for you.
Those are nice man, that's the first I've actually heard of those, they are gorgeous though. I love the dark, round-ish blotches on the back, those are the exact same marking my Half Corn + Half Rat has, exactly. I'd like to add one of those to my collection if I run across one at the reptile show sometime. How much did you pay for them? Did you buy them as a pair or separately? How much do you think would just one cost (ballpark estimate) if I were to come across one?
When I was at the Dixie Reptile show at UAB last weekend a guy at one of the booths has a Vietnamese Rhino Ratsnake, and it was awesome. If you haven't seen one before, google it. He was asking $300 each for them. I ended up buying a Dumeril's.
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