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    NSW Dragons in the Mountains

    Dragons in the Mountains

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    I breed small numbers of normal and hypomelanistic Central Bearded Dragons. My focus is on quality, not quantity. Each clutch is raised on a mix of live...
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    As Rick (DL) would say...Boofacrats:rolleyes:

    As Rick (DL) would say...Boofacrats:rolleyes:
  3. Thread: Besides Beardies

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    ...with a twist of lemon LOL! You have some great...

    ...with a twist of lemon LOL! You have some great project going on. How do you keep track of it al!!
  4. Love the variations you have captured in these...

    Love the variations you have captured in these shots.
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    Rick, I have a commitment in the afternoon that...

    Rick, I have a commitment in the afternoon that day, so probably not. The little guys will be five weeks by then. Would be reasonable timing.
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    Very impressive set up mate.

    Very impressive set up mate.
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    Some updates from today. Getting onto three weeks...

    Some updates from today. Getting onto three weeks and the clutch is powering on. They are smashing crickets, woodies and leafy veg. With regular sun, they are super alert and active.
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  8. Thread: Castle Hill expo

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    Thanks Toddie! Sorry, accidently disliked your...

    Thanks Toddie! Sorry, accidently disliked your post. Good thing is, we are moving next door LOL. So, should be able to manage.
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    Congrats Beardylover!

    Congrats Beardylover!
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    Not sure I can get there this year. Moving house...

    Not sure I can get there this year. Moving house in a couple of weeks. Lots to do, including moving 23 beardies!
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    Priceless. You have to watch what is in the frame!

    Priceless. You have to watch what is in the frame!
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    Feeding time at the zoo...

    Getting to be quite a catering service at our place...

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    Welcome. Thanks for snaps. Love the row of bow...

    Welcome. Thanks for snaps. Love the row of bow ties on Pygmy backs. At least that is what I see in their patterning.
  14. Thread: brickies sand

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    You may find they use them when the time comes....

    You may find they use them when the time comes. Each dragon is different in regards to where they go down. Worth having one each, just in case.
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    I just keep a few cm as a layer. Apart from...

    I just keep a few cm as a layer. Apart from breeding, they are not big burrowers I find. They seem to like digging down a layer to cooler ground and sneak under plants and rocks. I think this is a...
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    It also tends to be very dusty. Much more so than...

    It also tends to be very dusty. Much more so than playsand.
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    No big deal if she brumated in the first winter....

    No big deal if she brumated in the first winter. Certainly not a factor in current behaviour. Sometimes you just need to let them sort themselves out.
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    Having reached sexual maturity, I'd suggest you...

    Having reached sexual maturity, I'd suggest you are seeing normal signs of the slow down toward brumation. I know it is a little early, but every animal is different. Variations in barometric...
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    I like it this very much indeed! That solid...

    I like it this very much indeed! That solid divider down the middle is exactly what you need to keep adults apart if they get a bit nasty toward each other. Just means you need to occasionally swivel...
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    As teenager, it was my main hobby to keep...

    As teenager, it was my main hobby to keep tropicals. Loved it, but found it hard once I went to uni and moved all over the place. Somehow fell into this reptile thing, but still harbour a desire to...
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    I think the idea has more merit if you set the...

    I think the idea has more merit if you set the fan to extract warm air, rather than blow cool air in.
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    This set up is a real worry. It is too tall and narrow. Do you have suitable UV buld in the enclosure? You need a 10.0 rated UVB fluro paired with a nice bight white heat lamp/spotty, or a MVB at...
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    Well, I ended up with 18 hypo hatchies from 18...

    Well, I ended up with 18 hypo hatchies from 18 eggs. All looking strong and healthy and eating well. Today they got some sun, and will look to get them for sun every chance.

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    Yes, adults and hatchies are fine without heat at night. The only time you might rig up a ceramic heat element for overnight heat is for hatchies/juveniles during the depths of winter. Many of us...
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    One of the little cuties fully out... 13852

    One of the little cuties fully out...

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