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    Red marks on her left side neck...

    Can you please help me identifying these marks? I can provide better pic if needed. Its super Mojave Adult ball python.
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    not sure why picture isnt added. Here is the link to it
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    Looks like old shed on individual scales to me.

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    here is even better high def you can zoom
    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0Bw...FiZTEwU0ZPSTIw
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    The only way to know for sure is see if you can carefully scrape it off. I have had light snakes that had bad sheds when I first got them and it looked pretty much like that. The first time I freaked and thought it was some kind of disease, but it came off easily with a pair of tweezers.

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    Re: Red marks on her left side neck...

    Ohoh scary.... Maybe i should wait for her to shed? Will it hurt her to leave it?

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    Do you feed live?

    How was the last shed? Nice and complete or in pieces?
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    I dont know. I just got her. The seller says shed perfect eats f/t

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    Could be some shed residue sometime they shed but little pieces stay stuck and turn darker and obviously on the light snake anything shows.

    If that is what it is or even a scratch one shed and it should go away.

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    Much obliged what a relief...

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    By the way she is kind of yellow on top as you can see in first pic. Is that super moj? Eyes are sorta blue

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