Tropidolaemus sp

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Tropidolaemus sp

Postby agung » Thu Nov 10, 2011 2:27 pm

Its been long time since last time i post at SA..
This foto taken only with my pocket camera..so the quality might not good as slr or dslr does.
West Sumatra
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Selayar Island
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Dankie vir die soek :D
1.1 Tropidolaemus Wagleri
1.1 Tropidolaemus Subannulatus (Borneo)
2.5 Tropidolaemus Subannulatus (Sulawesi)
0.1 Tropidolaemus Philipinensis
4.3 Trimeresurus Puniceus
0.1 Trimeresurus Borneensis
0.0.1 Agkistrodon contortrix
1.1 Vipera Ammodytes
0.1 Crotalus Terrficus Durrisus
7.4.2 Morelia Viridis
0.0.1 Ophiopagus Hannah
1.0 Leiopython Albertisi
0.1 Leiopython Hoserae
0.0.1 Morelia Clastolephis
1.0 Morelia Amethistina
0.2 Candoia Aspera
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Re: Tropidolaemus sp

Postby rolandslf » Thu Nov 10, 2011 2:45 pm

Agung, Stunning snakes and Awesome photos, especially the close up front head views.
Congrats on the Afrikaans, one small mistake, it should be - 'Dankie vir die kyk".
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Re: Tropidolaemus sp

Postby shadowfoot » Thu Nov 10, 2011 6:15 pm

Wish I had one of your "pocket cameras"
Beautiful snakes and photos.
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Re: Tropidolaemus sp

Postby Eyelash » Thu Nov 10, 2011 7:54 pm

Amazing animals Agung !

Good to see you back here bud...It's been a long time !

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Re: Tropidolaemus sp

Postby marc bt » Thu Nov 10, 2011 11:08 pm

Beautiful!!! :D
Is there anyone breeding or keeping these in SA?
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Re: Tropidolaemus sp

Postby agung » Fri Nov 11, 2011 4:03 am

rolandslf wrote:Agung, Stunning snakes and Awesome photos, especially the close up front head views.
Congrats on the Afrikaans, one small mistake, it should be - 'Dankie vir die kyk".

Thanks rolandslf :)
i sure did need to learn more with the afrikaans, thanks for the correction :D
shadowfoot wrote:Wish I had one of your "pocket cameras"
Beautiful snakes and photos.

to bad cameras not mine :( cos i use to using mobile only
Dankie !
Eyelash wrote:Amazing animals Agung !

Good to see you back here bud...It's been a long time !

Regards
Louis.

marc bt wrote:Beautiful!!! :D
Is there anyone breeding or keeping these in SA?

Thank you guys :D
1.1 Tropidolaemus Wagleri
1.1 Tropidolaemus Subannulatus (Borneo)
2.5 Tropidolaemus Subannulatus (Sulawesi)
0.1 Tropidolaemus Philipinensis
4.3 Trimeresurus Puniceus
0.1 Trimeresurus Borneensis
0.0.1 Agkistrodon contortrix
1.1 Vipera Ammodytes
0.1 Crotalus Terrficus Durrisus
7.4.2 Morelia Viridis
0.0.1 Ophiopagus Hannah
1.0 Leiopython Albertisi
0.1 Leiopython Hoserae
0.0.1 Morelia Clastolephis
1.0 Morelia Amethistina
0.2 Candoia Aspera
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Re: Tropidolaemus sp

Postby agung » Fri Nov 11, 2011 4:38 am

And these are my selayar juvenile, as you can see the banded still white and red.
1st foto not to good but the last one is my fav..so sexy :)
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1.1 Tropidolaemus Wagleri
1.1 Tropidolaemus Subannulatus (Borneo)
2.5 Tropidolaemus Subannulatus (Sulawesi)
0.1 Tropidolaemus Philipinensis
4.3 Trimeresurus Puniceus
0.1 Trimeresurus Borneensis
0.0.1 Agkistrodon contortrix
1.1 Vipera Ammodytes
0.1 Crotalus Terrficus Durrisus
7.4.2 Morelia Viridis
0.0.1 Ophiopagus Hannah
1.0 Leiopython Albertisi
0.1 Leiopython Hoserae
0.0.1 Morelia Clastolephis
1.0 Morelia Amethistina
0.2 Candoia Aspera
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Re: Tropidolaemus sp

Postby Bushviper » Fri Nov 11, 2011 11:50 am

There are a few being kept locally. Yours are very pretty. We seem to have the Selayar type here as they did not go dark like the west Sumatran ones you showed.

Very nice pictures. Post some more.
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Re: Tropidolaemus sp

Postby shadowfoot » Sat Nov 12, 2011 5:44 pm

Again, beautiful.
Last photo is stunning!
Shining brightly, even for a split
second, is better than living a
dull-grey life for eternity - Jing (King Of Bandits)
A life without gambling is like
sushi without wasabi - Gintoki (Gintama)
I have no fear of losing my life - if I have to save a koala or a crocodile or a kangaroo or a snake, mate, I will save it - Steve Irwin
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