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    Default My Ruthvens

    The first is my 11 yr old albino male and the second is my 9 yr old female regular color.
    I have bred them a twice but not to each other as he is huge by ruthven standards but I no longer breed the female as bit old now.


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    Oh wow stunning


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonmoon View Post
    Oh wow stunning


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    Thank you, they are not popular snakes as they mostly hide, the female who is typical of ruthvens hides in her hide box or behind the driftwood for days while the male who is not typical is out all the time on his shelf .

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    Stunning! I'd heard of this species before, but didn't realize they were another Coral Snake mimic.
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