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Old 11-17-18, 11:40 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Looking for info on Eastern Work Snakes!

I think Herpin Man is right on the $. They should have access to drier and moister areas and cover to hide on in both places. I imagine 80F at the surface on the warm side is plenty, these snakes hide under cover in nature so would not be used to overly warm temperatures anyway. I would imagine earthworms should provide most of what they need for food but you could try some isopods as I imagine they often encounter them while hiding under objects in the wild. I couldn't find any analysis of stomach contents to confirm exactly how much of what they eat in the wild.
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