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RE: Zonata Skin Problem

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Posted by: StuTennyson at Mon Feb 6 20:12:28 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by StuTennyson ]  
   

These snakes have not been hibernated and they don’t have moisture blisters. I only used that term in my earlier post to describe their appearance. Moisture blister are the only symptom I have seen before that comes close to describing the condition I am seeing now. I am keeping them in suitable enclosures with a sphagnum moss filled hide and adequate temperature gradient. I have several hundred other colubrids kept in the same conditions none of which have shown any of these symptoms.
Did your multicincta pull out of it or did they succumb? Did you do anything special for them?
I appreciate your input.


   

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