Bug Eye House Snake - Lamprophis "mentalis"

Re: Bug Eye House Snake - Lamprophis "mentalis"

Postby rolandslf » Thu Jun 03, 2010 11:37 am

Thanks Rob, I do tend to have Bald Moments every now and then.
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Re: Bug Eye House Snake - Lamprophis "mentalis"

Postby Cradle of life » Thu Jun 03, 2010 1:22 pm

Fooble wrote:Will do at least there will be some posts related to the snakes ;)

Proving to be tricky little feeders too.


I take my hat off to you for trying, you are right they are not like the normal BHS -best of luck and if you want to get rid of them when they are feeding on mice you have a buyer :D
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Re: Bug Eye House Snake - Lamprophis "mentalis"

Postby Fooble » Thu Jun 03, 2010 2:56 pm

Cradle of life wrote:
Fooble wrote:Will do at least there will be some posts related to the snakes ;)

Proving to be tricky little feeders too.


I take my hat off to you for trying, you are right they are not like the normal BHS -best of luck and if you want to get rid of them when they are feeding on mice you have a buyer :D


ha ha.

Yeah have a large one +-60cm feeds on hoppers bi weekly once they get passed a certain size they are set.
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