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Posted by budman 1st on May 13, 2003 at 19:59:28:

In Reply to: Need help identifying these bumps on my copperhead posted by iturnrocks on May 13, 2003 at 18:56:06:

not fatal at this stage.
keep him in a dry cage you might have to drain one and
examine the residue under a good scope. if a worm type parsite
is the cause it must be removed manualy then the snake pancured.it also might be caused by a wetness.
check with MSTT she might have delt with this one before.
bud


:Im new to keeping venomous snakes, and this is my first one. Ive only had him for 3 weeks, hes a great eater, but ive recently noticed these white bumps under the scales, just past his head(see picture). Any help identifying them and/or possible causes/treatments would be appreciated. Thank you.





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