Dan Johnson Captive Bred Snakes

Andean Milksnake (Lampropeltis triangulum andesiana)

A giant milksnake. Specimens often reach six feet or more. Unlike most central American subspecies, andesiana is easily distinguished from all other subspecies. Head pattern, body form and personality are unique. Adapted to the moist, cool climate high (7000-9000') in the Andes mountains of Colombia, this snake thrives at 70F and does not require hibernation to breed.

Note: I sold of my breeders in '97 and no longer work with andesiana.




Clutches Produced
Clutch ID
Photos
Mother
Father
Date Laid
Hatch Date
Days
Incubated
Egg
Count
Hatchling
Count
Bad
Eggs
and9601 Photos and92a0001 and92a0002 NA 1996 NA 10 10 0
and9701 Photos and92a0001 and92a0002 6/28/1997 8/31/1997 64 11 10 0

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