Brahminy Blind Snakes

dtknow

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termites are your best option. Supposedly they will also eat baby isopods so many people set them up in rolly polly cultures.

Btw-if you find a few extra mind sending a few my way. I've always wanted to try keeping these.
 

pouchedrat

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they will eat isopods if you have an isopod culture going. Yeah, I wanted some as well, there was a person on faunaclassified selling babies of these (they have an ongoing colony of them apparently, kept in an isopod culture) and I missed out on getting some. I'd love some as well!!
 

zonbonzovi

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One of FL's cooler invaders...would love to see how you set them up when you do.
 

Alejandro45

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wow I dident know people wanted these. I find them every time I go out fliping plyboards. I have kept them for only a short while. I fed them red ant eggs. they look powder blue when in shed.

Good luck with them.
 

the toe cutter

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Snakes the Evolution of Mystery in Nature by Harry Greene has probably the best info I have seen on Blind snakes and Pipe snakes. He went pretty extensive into them. They are very interesting little fellas.
 

ZergFront

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Very cool. Maybe sometime if I come up with any space I'll get a few. Termites are abundant here.

Funny that I find this thread the day after I finished reading The Guardians of Ga'Hoole. They have blind snake characters. :)
 

Crysta

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Very cool. Maybe sometime if I come up with any space I'll get a few. Termites are abundant here.

Funny that I find this thread the day after I finished reading The Guardians of Ga'Hoole. They have blind snake characters. :)
They have the movie out now too - very well done but so shoort!
 

bugmankeith

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Where do they live? Are they in NY? I would easily mistake them as those tiny millipedes.
 
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