What are the morphs of each of them? Do all 3 have wobble, how many snakes do you have? Can you add information about what’s going on.
Yeah sorry I got them from a guy I met and he told me that it’s a banana cinnamon phantom yellow belly bling and I didn’t really get much info on the parents that’s them in the pictures I posted. The baby has a bad head wobble but he said there was no spider gene
Is it just the baby that had head wobble? How long have you had them?
Do you have more info on the enclosure, temperature & humidity?
That baby looks like it could have HGW in it. Spider is not the only morph with neuro.
Not seeing HGW in there, looks to be as advertised to me.
@lmc09, have you done any type of quarantine treatment on these animals?
It could be anything from genetics to high temperature to chemicals or failed mite treatment.
My first impression of that snake was hidden gene woma mixed in as well. If it has a wobble, that would be the missing piece of the puzzle.
High temperatures can cause stroke and thus wobble, and mite treatments done improperly can cause neurological problems (permethrin is a neurotoxin), but those would be more difficult to prove.
Do all three snakes wobble or just the banana combo?
From what I understood the top one is the baby of the two parents whose pictures are lower. The baby is the only one with the wobble.
@erie-herps , thanks, I missed that. Definitely no hgw in either adult, but is anyone else seeing spotnose in the mother? I know only super spotnose is supposed to wobble, but…
I do not
Also doesn’t have to be a genetic trait causing the wobble.
I personally think this Is most likely the culprit