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    Pygmy Beardy vs Dwarf Beardy

    A lot of people seem to think Pygmies (Pogona henry lawsoni)and Dwarfs (Pogona minor minor) are the same thing . I keep and breed both (as well as other reptiles)
    Here is a pic of 1 week old pygmy...
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    Yes they are all different, just like us. One...

    Yes they are all different, just like us.
    One thing I didn't pick up from your first photo ( because I keep snakes as well) you have a light cage, these are not a good idea in a lizard enclosure as...
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    T 8 tube is the older version, T5 is newer and...

    T 8 tube is the older version, T5 is newer and supposedly better. I haven't tried the new version yet but from all reports it is superior.
    T8 is the thickness, so T5 is thinner and the tubes are not...
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    Depends on your setup, I prefer an aviary because...

    Depends on your setup, I prefer an aviary because Lacies are climbers so I like to keep them contained for security. Some people like open plan pits, So I guess it's individual preference and space...
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    The only thing I can see wrong with this...

    The only thing I can see wrong with this enclosure is you have the UV tube at 1 end, move it into the middle for better spread.
    Otherwise good to go
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    It's an aviary, you've seen the pics

    It's an aviary, you've seen the pics
  7. Thread: Hey all

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    yes it is no problem,just don't let too many crix...

    yes it is no problem,just don't let too many crix loose at once.
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    Some sand is very bad quality, it might be river...

    Some sand is very bad quality, it might be river sand which has sharp edges (obviously bad for little dragons ingesting it) or beach sand which has smoother edges or quarry sand which is even worse...
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    Hello and welcome to the forum. Sifting the sand...

    Hello and welcome to the forum. Sifting the sand is a good idea, those big lumps could prove a problem. What type of sand is it?
    A lot of people here use washed play sand (available from Bunnings...
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    My pair are fine, but sometimes Gary likes to...

    My pair are fine, but sometimes Gary likes to chase Anna around. I assume he is horny but she has places to hide.
    Mostly they just cuddle and lay on each other. They seem to like each other's...
  11. Thread: Eggs

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    I don't know then, it wasn't a temp spike in the...

    I don't know then, it wasn't a temp spike in the incubator because it doesn't look like heat stroke. Very strange I've never seen anything like it. The only other thing I can think of is poisoning...
  12. Thread: Eggs

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    No, I always open the lid after hatching to make...

    No, I always open the lid after hatching to make sure they have plenty of fresh air, I figure the actual dragons need more oxygen than the eggs, but I lift the lids weekly anyway. But after hatching...
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    did you lift the lid to let in fresh air ? I'm...

    did you lift the lid to let in fresh air ?
    I'm thinking they died of oxygen starvation as they all hatched and look normal
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    Any time you like, they are local to this area....

    Any time you like, they are local to this area. As soon as you build a suitable enclosure you can do it.
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    nice and tall but not much floor space

    nice and tall but not much floor space
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    New Babies

    Announcing new dragon babies:-
    Frilled Neck Dragons hatching today.....
    Here is the first frilly hatched today, he/she is a NT and what a character, wants to kill me lol.
    It is beautiful with a...
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    The UV needs to be inside, mesh cuts UV by up to...

    The UV needs to be inside, mesh cuts UV by up to 90% depending on size of mesh. But you really should get rid of the mesh anyway as it will let all the heat out of the top. Vents should be in the...
  18. beardies usually lay eggs about 2-3 weeks apart...

    beardies usually lay eggs about 2-3 weeks apart and eggs will hatch with the same gap after about 60-65 days
    . They may lay as many as 5 clutches, If you want to raise them you need an incubator set...
  19. First up babies do not eat for 3 days out of the...

    First up babies do not eat for 3 days out of the egg, they are living on the yolk.
    Chop up veg very small and offer tiny crickets or woodies or other bugs if you find them. Best if they are smaller...
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    that would last till about 6 months old, that was...

    that would last till about 6 months old, that was when I let mine out to take over my whole dragon room
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    here is my Lacie house with Gary and Anna visible...

    here is my Lacie house with Gary and Anna visible in front right 15318
    It has a solar powered pump in the pond, they sleep in parrot boxes on the top shelf.
    One thing I would change if I built...
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    You are better off buying juvies so you can teach...

    You are better off buying juvies so you can teach them your ways, my friend is cursing that he bought yearlings as he has no control over them.
    My babies are due to hatch late August/early...
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    I know these 2 aren't close but the nearest I can...

    I know these 2 aren't close but the nearest I can find so hopefully they can offer some help;
    67 Carrington St, West Wallsend NSW 2286
    sugarloafanimalhospital.com.au
    +61 2 4955 1833

    Dr Michael...
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    I have found a receipt for 1 of my frillies who...

    I have found a receipt for 1 of my frillies who had a RI a couple of years ago. She was prescribed Flagyl oral suspension and Enrotril oral solution. Dosage is based on weight.
    I see a well known...
  25. Yes we love pics

    Yes we love pics
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