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Corn Snake Care

By: Dr. Steve Divers

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A daytime temperature gradient of 75 to 85 F with a basking area of 85 to 90 F, should be lowered to 70 to 75 F at night.

Common Diseases

  • Escape and trauma (sticky tape, lacerations)
  • Dysecdysis and retained spectacles (poor skin shedding)
  • Stomatitis (bacterial mouth rot)
  • Bacterial or fungal skin disease including abscesses
  • Snake mites
  • Obesity in well adapted non-breeding adults
  • Cryptosporidiosis (regurgitation)
  • Subspectacular abscess
  • Egg retention

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