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    Anybody keeping or have experience with Massurana Clelia Clelia?

    They sound pretty neat and look nice?

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    I have had my eye on them for a while... Esp after seeing the pied and super pieds. They seem like a very interesting snake to keep.

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    I almost got one last year but just didnt have the funds. They seem like an amazing snake to keep.
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    I have heard they are very cool with an absolutely crazy feeding response. I recommend Black Pearl Reptiles and John Michels (I got an Eastern Indigo from him) as a potential source for them. Here's his write up on mussuranas:
    http://www.blackpearlreptiles.com/Site/Mussurana.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by antiquity View Post
    I have heard they are very cool with an absolutely crazy feeding response. I recommend Black Pearl Reptiles and John Michels (I got an Eastern Indigo from him) as a potential source for them. Here's his write up on mussuranas:
    http://www.blackpearlreptiles.com/Site/Mussurana.html
    Great information on these mysterious acting snakes . I never knew there was a pied and super pied variety of these . Interesting that the pied mutation in this snake works in a co-dominant mode of inheritance . Anybody know what they sell for ? I already have enough projects . Just curious .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Holland View Post
    Great information on these mysterious acting snakes . I never knew there was a pied and super pied variety of these . Interesting that the pied mutation in this snake works in a co-dominant mode of inheritance . Anybody know what they sell for ? I already have enough projects . Just curious .
    I think the last time I looked was 750 for pied and 1200 for super...

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    Quote Originally Posted by reptileman2929 View Post
    I think the last time I looked was 750 for pied and 1200 for super...
    That's a bit out of my price range. I'd take a plain old black one. The mildly venomous part, although harmless to humans for the most part would not fly here.

    They are really neat though. I'm not sure the King Cobra has met it's match, but a venomous, snake eating, constrictor is certainly up there with King snakes and King cobras.

    Not one to house in you expensive morph room LOL!

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