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Re: Death of Popes Tree Vipers..Question?

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Posted by Steve S on February 04, 2001 at 11:50:16:

In Reply to: Re: Death of Popes Tree Vipers..Question? posted by John Hewlett on February 03, 2001 at 22:10:31:

I had a really bad feeling it might be paramyxovirus.

Do you know what the incubation period is ?

When might I be able to figure the remaining animals free of the virus.

My source of mice has been the same for years now. The place is clean and other friends use the same source without problems. Could there be another infection source ?

Oddly enough, I had an imported adult A. squamiger that died within about a month of obtaining it. I noticed the muscle tone nearly disappeared from the snake approx. 1 week before death. BUT this was over a year ago !!!!
Could this stuff lay dormant for that long ?
Best reards
Steve S.

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