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Old 07-04-16, 06:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Sylphie's corns part 2

Wow, I didn't wrote about our corns for more than half year, and the old thread is now closed! So I'll continue here, or maybe contact admin to open the old one and join with this one...

So, we no longer are having Redhead (amel female), she went to my father, because he really wanted a second corn, haha!

The White female is healthy and finally in good weight. Julian, normal male had protazoa recently, but is now cured. Still skinny, but should be better with few feedings.

We're still waiting for Ultramel Anery Tessera female, but no luck this year.
















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Old 07-04-16, 01:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Great shots love your corn snakes and fab patterns
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Old 07-04-16, 04:15 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Woah, that'll be one of the last updates to made today No pics unfortunately, but the White one is still perfectly healthy so we are really glad, and Julian is recovering from his parasites too, gaining more and more weight. In next year we hope to get my dream Ultramel Charcoal Tessera female to add to our small breeding group!
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Beautiful corns!
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Beautiful!, good that Julian is recovering
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Thank you Pareeee and Tsubaki!
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Anyone has pics of early symptoms of blisters? I think our unlucky whiteout girl has it... Will try to do some pics later as I need to wait for my husband to return (he has better camera in his phone).

I really hope it's not what I think as she was healthy for the last 6 months (maybe some of you remember that she was having very bad protozoa and pneumonia for more than half year after I got her).

Of course I'll go to the vet with her as soon as possible, would just like to see if it really is blisters, or maybe something different.
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Update pics of both our corns!

White was moved to a plastic bin and her scale rot was gone after next shed, so she just stayed in the bin. I guess she can't have any type of glass/wood tanks, because even with paper towels and cleaning it she still catches all the different illness there. In plastic tubes she's good and healthy so she will live in one big tube for the rest of her life.


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Very nice looking colors!!
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