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zonata-disease

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Posted by: peter54 at Thu Aug 30 15:40:11 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by peter54 ]  
   

Hey everybody
I wonder if any of you guys ever have encountered a zonata with that horrible disease and can tell me something about it? I keep five agalmas and a single male L. zonata multifasciata.

My agalmas are from 3 different breeders. I have one old male born 1999, a trio from Thomas Steffen in Germany born 2005 and a female bred by Eric Stoops in the U.S. probably in 2003. The male coastal is also a 1999 born from the U.S.

Now, my 2003 female has been showing signs of illness for a couple of weeks. She seems very sluggish and her body is kind of slack. She seems to have very little control over her tail and about half of her body and she somtimes turn her hind part upside down. However, she has not got the "alligator skin" descibed as an early symtom with this particular disease and her eyes are clear. She seems to have pretty good control over her front half and head. Any ideas or suggestions?

regards
/Peter


   

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