Black Pine Snake ID# BPS21M01
Black Pine Snake ID# BPS21M01
Black Pine Snake ID# BPS21M01
Black Pine Snake ID# BPS21M01
Black Pine Snake ID# BPS21M01
Black Pine Snake ID# BPS21M01
Black Pine Snake ID# BPS21M01
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Black Pine Snake ID# BPS21M01

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Latin namePituophis melanoleucus lodingi

Baby Male, hatched and bred right here at EBV! His hatch date is 7/19/21. He’s about 22” in length and eating live pink mice.

Feeding schedule: 1 item offered every 5 days.


Lifestyle and habitat: Black Pine snakes are native to the southeastern United States from Virginia to east Texas. They inhabit the longleaf pine ecosystem that was once sprawling but is now threatened by urban development. 

Size and lifespan:  They can live up to 20 years in human care and grow up to 7’ in length. 

Quick care stats:

Temperatures: 85 degrees Fahrenheit in the basking area, 75 degrees Fahrenheit on the cool end.

Humidity: Wide range 20%-50%. light misting can be done 1x daily but is not required.

Tank size: 10-20 gallons for babies/juveniles, 40+ gallons for adults.

Tank type: Standard rectangle-allow for good floor space but some climbing structures as well. Make sure it has a secure sliding door/doors. Sit-atop screen lids for glass tanks are not recommended for these guys, they are escape artists!

Lighting: Both a heat pad and a dimmable heat lamp are recommended for snakes living in glass tanks. Use only a dimmable heat bulb for a wood or melamine tank. Thermostats are also helpful. Full spectrum UVB lighting is not required for this species but is highly recommended for all reptiles for overall welfare.

Substrate and furniture: Soil or bark substrate 2"deep or deeper. Provide lots of hiding places and some low climbing areas. Provide a water dish that is large enough for the snake to curl up into for soaking.

Feeding frequency: every 4-5 days for babies, 1x per week for juveniles and adults. Prey item should be as wide as the widest part of the snake's body.