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Any articles on Hisser behavior in different spp?


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Anyone have a break down of the different behavioral traits of the different spp of Hissers or know of a good source?

I have a hybrid group from two different sources ( I keep from my pure lines ) and noticed as I was separating, the different color morphs, the "darker large ones" hissed really loud and seemed to attempt escape more actively than the others.

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My "black" ones are males and females, or so it seems based on horns. I should take pictures later. I only know wide-horns in this group for sure, but I also found a few "tri-color" looking individuals and a couple very flat, very wide individuals with odd color, suggesting maybe Tigers and flat-horns have also fount their way in the group? I suspect one of my sources had an accidental introduction and the other was a melting pot of species.

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I found the smaller hissers have more aggression than larger ones, mabye due to their size?

I have p vanweirbecki x g oblongonata hybrids. Usually p vanweirbecki are aggressive but my hybrids got laid back temperament of g oblongonata. They got coloring of p vanweirbecki and in between size of both species

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