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Old 06-02-17, 10:29 AM   #7 (permalink)
Join Date: Dec-2015
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Re: Details On Corns Snake Husbandry

The great thing about a corn is you can very easily set up a nice naturalistic viv for very little money. Bit of topsoil and sand for the substrate, some branches from the garden or local woods (deciduous, not evergreen), some leaf litter etc.

Then a heat source (I prefer radiant heat sources than heat mats) and a thermostat and off you go. I'll post some photos of my little boy's P obsoletus viv - very closely related to a corn - to give you an idea of what he's done.
0.1 B imperator, 1.0 M spilota harrisoni, 1.0 C hortulanus, 2.1 P reticulatus (Madu locality), 1.1 S amethystine, 1.1 L olivaceous, 1.0 C angulifer, 1.0 Z persicus, 0.1 P regius, 0.1 N natrix, 0.1 E climacophora, 1.0 P obsoletus, 0.1 L geluta nigrtia, 1.0 P catenifer sayi, 1.0 T lepidus
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