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    I don't know why nobody has replied to this...

    I don't know why nobody has replied to this thread, many many people have had a look. Come on guys and gals put up your pics. They don't have to be award winning shots, just your pets or something...
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    hooray you found something she likes. It seems to...

    hooray you found something she likes. It seems to be something that every dragon just goes "I want that" without ever seeing it before they seem to know they are yummy. It's gross to watch them eat...
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    I can't recommend any particular place, I have...

    I can't recommend any particular place, I have bought them from so many places over the years . I tend to buy clamp on fittings as they are more versatile, I have never seen 1 come with the lamp...
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    I suppose it depends on how big your enclosure...

    I suppose it depends on how big your enclosure is, but I prefer to keep my dragons separate
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    Hello mate , I personally have no experience with...

    Hello mate , I personally have no experience with EWD but I would imagine there would be no problem with 2 females together, same as other dragons. As long as they have their own space and room to...
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    Hi Peta, to start with you can put the whole...

    Hi Peta, to start with you can put the whole clutch in 1 tub ( I use 50l tubs) and then separate them as they get bigger.
    You could try a 4' UV tube to cover a few tubs with a separate heat lamp...
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    I will have 7, if all goes well and if you don't...

    I will have 7, if all goes well and if you don't like it I will send them up there to chew you up lol.
    You have to remember these are large animals and take time to gestate.The bigger the animal the...
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    Photo Competition

    We are going to have a photo competition but you must be a member so sign up now.Membership is free !
    Pic must be a photo of a reptile whether in your collection or a wild one. No stealing other...
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    My Lacies have decided it's time to become...

    My Lacies have decided it's time to become parents, so Anna laid 7 lovely eggs. The only thing is hatching time is about 9 months away so it's a long wait. :rolleyes:15022
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    it just never stops. My Dwarf beardy "Matilda"...

    it just never stops. My Dwarf beardy "Matilda" has just laid her third clutch. She just blows me away, she is so tiny but has massive eggs15021
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    unless you witness it you will not know till it...

    unless you witness it you will not know till it comes to egg laying time. They do slow down on eating as it comes close and they look fat and look like a bag of marbles. When they start digging like...
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    If you know of a better,more up to date list we'd...

    If you know of a better,more up to date list we'd be happy to know of it
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    just leave them together for a week or so to...

    just leave them together for a week or so to adjust, then nature should takeover
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    Totally normal behaviour , it's not everyday the...

    Totally normal behaviour , it's not everyday the female will just accept the male. 1 of my pygmy females chased off a male I tried to pair her with but she meekly accepted a different male.
    Another...
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    Hi and welcome to the forum,340g is a little on...

    Hi and welcome to the forum,340g is a little on the small side but not too small ( the female I bred this year is 370g) . She should be fine, make sure you feed her well and she has plenty of calcium
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    Now things are really getting exciting, my Lace...

    Now things are really getting exciting, my Lace monitor laid eggs last night so it's going to be madness here over summer :o15019
  17. we had a quorum a few years ago where it was...

    we had a quorum a few years ago where it was agreed as long as temps INSIDE your house don't get below 18C then no night heat was needed.Also during brumation no heat at all
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    Here is an update;I wasn't sure whether my dwarf...

    Here is an update;I wasn't sure whether my dwarf beardy would multi clutch as this is my first season with these little guys but it seems they do !
    Matilda has blessed me with another 10 fat white...
  19. Hi Deb, sand is fine when good husbandry...

    Hi Deb, sand is fine when good husbandry conditions are maintained. Yes sometimes some sand is swallowed with the food but under normal conditions this is no problem (unlike the coconut fibre).
    I...
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    Have you really been here for 5 years? You'll be...

    Have you really been here for 5 years? You'll be up for long service soon lol
    Either that or I need a new spam filter
  21. Welcome to the forum; It is simply not warm...

    Welcome to the forum;
    It is simply not warm enough for him. He needs to be able to get closer to the heat lamp so he can get up around 40C. Plus red lights aren't good , you need something that...
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    it was carved in a stone tablet

    it was carved in a stone tablet
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    Sneaky bugger, how come that doesn't show up on...

    Sneaky bugger, how come that doesn't show up on the birthday list? lol
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    You're 100% right Kimmy, I try to support Aussie...

    You're 100% right Kimmy, I try to support Aussie business as much as possible. When Kraft was bought by the Yanks I switched to Dick Smith who also supplied my cereal and when Vegimite was bought by...
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    Heliping our farmers

    I have adopted a new charity helping aussie farmers struggling with the drought. Check out "hay run tommy's truck " on FB .I have just chucked in $500 and will also be donating my return and earn as...
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