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    Western hognose habitat
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    Lystrophis pulcher habitat

Western hognose

Lystrophis pulcher

Care and Characteristics
(Western hognose)

Care and Characteristics (Western hognose)

Terrarium and conditioning
(Western hognose)

Terrarium and conditioning (Western hognose)

Phases
and selective breeding

(Western hognose)

Phases and selective breeding (Western hognose)

Care and Characteristics
(Lystrophis pulcher)

Care and Characteristics (Lystrophis pulcher)

Terrarium and conditioning
(Lystrophis pulcher)

Terrarium and conditioning (Lystrophis pulcher)

Phases
and selective breeding
(Lystrophis pulcher)

Phases and selective breeding (Lystrophis pulcher)

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Welcome to Hognoses Enigma

Hognoses Enigma is completely against the capture of animals.
All our reptiles are bred in captivity.

The Western hognoses (genus heterodon) and Lystrophis pulcher (genus Xenodon) are small snakes that come some of North America and the other in South America , which rarely exceed a meter in length, are very easy to maintain since they do not need light, or large facilities, although Heterodones nasicus are poisonous animals , their venom is very mild , so a bite (if it occurs the Heterodones nasicus are animals that 99% do not bite the man) , we only make a small swelling. On the other hand say that another of the amazing factors Western hognoses these animals are the multitude of morphologies across heterodones humans with different genetic potential , have managed to create from the "nominal " calls up the albino anacondas (so called because its pattern that looks like this Boido magnum), snows, lemon etc.

As for Lystrophis pulcher say comes from South America and is very similar to the false corals and although there are not as many phases begins to show signs of rare mutations, such as aberrant bicolor etc.

All our animals are born in captivity from different breeders to have different blood lines, in order to reproduce reliably.

We recommend the purchase of captive bred not only for the least impact on wild animal population, but in most cases better life in captivity will adapt and fewer problems. This is especially true for animals that have specific feeding habits in nature such as Lystrophis or Western hognoses species.

This page will detail everything we know about Western hognoses the Lystrophis pulcher and these amazing snakes.

We also want to thank John R. Berry transfer of many of the pictures and information contained on this website, for without the help of this experienced herpetologist our project could not have existed. John R. Berry thank you very much for giving us the opportunity to meet one more of our dreams, the captive breeding of these beautiful reptiles, nasicus Heterodones.

For our part, we invite you to visit this website for all the information.

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We hope after you meet in your favorite Hognoses Enigma page Western hognoses, Lystrophis pulcher, snakes, geckos, reptiles and small mamifers.

Best regards
Hognoses Enigma

 


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