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Posted by rémi on March 05, 2003 at 03:53:44:
I have a pair of Drymobius and I noted that a bite involved a rather significant bleeding.
I'm going to look teeth, but i think it's not a rear fang snake.
So it seems that Drymobius have a saliva involving a bad coagulation.
Is it Duvernoy's gland or saliva gland?
It really clear when they feeding, the prey bleed a lot.
I never observed bleeding on prey of heterodon.