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Posted by toomas on November 10, 2002 at 14:45:18:
I keep Western Massasaugas / Sistrurus c. tegerminus and Dusky Pigmy Rattlesnakes / Sistrurus miliarius barbouri.
I'm interested to know information about bite cases. What happen when theses species / subspecies bite? Are then snake (biter) young or adult? What happen when victim young or adult?
I found information about Duscy Pigmy Rattlesnake bite case: Suda, N., M. Sekine, C. Tschiya, H. Moriguchi and Y. Sawai. 1991. A case of snakebite by a dusky pigmy rattlesnake (Sistrurus miliarius barbouri) in Japan. The Snake. 23 110-111.
Publisher:Japan Association of Snake Research
Japan Snake Institute
Gunma Prefecture 379-23
I'm interested to order The Snake Magazine if it's not out of print, but I can't get contact with publisher by e-mail. This e-mail not work. I try to send letter by mail.