Will do!I will take some pics will I am there.Last show did not take any pics because my mouth was drooling so bad.Mo- this is an arboreal species of viper. Small but very testy. I would get a mentor to practice your hot handling skills with in addition to your falsey
kevin- if they have any creastes cerastes I would really like some. Obviously they need to be healthy and feeding but if you find some think of me
Yes I told my wife the Bitis gabonica will the last for my.But my fingers were crossed behind my backing,meaning that is it for terrestrials.True, but A friend of mine had a C cerastes that was pretty darn near 3ft! Fortunately it was too "hefty" to be as literally jumpy as they tend to be. I like the Bitis peringueyi for desert vipers too. Two tiny eyes poking out of the sand cracks me up everytime I see it. And the caudal luring is interesting as well. Or even Echis carinatus with the rasping noise of the scales being rubbed together. In anyway they are all pretty awesome animals. I think I'm gonna pick up some Waglers this year and probably some Cape Coral Cobras, and that will do the venomous for me 'til next tax season.