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    As you say on the one hand it's good he is eating...

    As you say on the one hand it's good he is eating but you don't want to go overboard with the feed. If he eats too much he could develop fatty liver which you don't want. There is no definite number...
  2. Thread: New idea

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    New idea

    Hey fellow reptilian lovers, I have come up with a new way to sprinkle calcium powder. I got sick of trying to sprinkle calcium with a spoon and get reasonable coverage over the veg so I bought a...
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    I wouldn't risk it without a vets advice, you...

    I wouldn't risk it without a vets advice, you really have no idea what is going on in there.
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    Try another warm bath if you're worried, don't...

    Try another warm bath if you're worried, don't feed meal worms (tenebrio molitor) if you can avoid them, they are high in fat and chitin plus low in protein. Try and find superworms (Zophobas morio )...
  5. Hey Charlotte, ring my friend Jeremy from...

    Hey Charlotte, ring my friend Jeremy from Platinum Reptile Supplies. He says he can help you out.0401028347.
  6. Hi Charlotte, I'm calling around a few friends to...

    Hi Charlotte, I'm calling around a few friends to see if I can help you out. I know several breeders in Sydney.
    I'm not breeding centrals this year, I am breeding pygmies,dwarfs and central netted...
  7. Thread: Eggs

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    60 odd days from each laying will see you busy...

    60 odd days from each laying will see you busy as.
    Don't forget to air them every week
  8. It continues to amaze me how many people are told...

    It continues to amaze me how many people are told red lights are invisible to reptiles and also how many pet shops use and sell red red lights, even so -called good breeders who own pet shops use...
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    Females can lay eggs at any time, we have members...

    Females can lay eggs at any time, we have members who have reported this many times.
    Males are only needed to fertilize the eggs, they do not make the eggs.
  10. Hi Gavin, first up I hope you know that tank is...

    Hi Gavin, first up I hope you know that tank is only a temporary home; you will need a 120 X 60 within 12 months.
    As for the lights your T5 is great, you won't need the heat emitter and you might...
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    Hello Derek and welcome to our little forum.All...

    Hello Derek and welcome to our little forum.All our members are friendly and don't mind helping each other out.

    We don't tolerate fools or rubbish advice but helping newbies is all part of what we...
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    Hi Jennifer, beardies can take up to a week to...

    Hi Jennifer, beardies can take up to a week to settle in to a new enclosure so don't rush it.
    Try and up the temp at the basking spot to 110F.
    What sort of lights are you using and can we see pics...
  13. Thread: Eggs

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    There is no definite time , but 2 weeks is the...

    There is no definite time , but 2 weeks is the usual time frame between clutches
  14. Thread: Awake

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    So 4 pygmies have woken up now and eating like...

    So 4 pygmies have woken up now and eating like "pygs" lol. You'd think they hadn't eaten for 3 months haha
  15. Thread: Awake

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    Typically my pygmies are the last to wake up,...

    Typically my pygmies are the last to wake up, almost everyone else is up and eating and some are mating already
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    You only need to open for a couple of minutes,...

    You only need to open for a couple of minutes, what I do is open them in order and then close them again.
    Eggs breathe out carbon dioxide and breathe in oxygen so you need to exchange the gases.
    ...
  17. Thread: Eggs

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    WoW 33 ,that's a big first clutch, how heavy was...

    WoW 33 ,that's a big first clutch, how heavy was your girl before mating ?
    29 is fine, I have mine fluctuating between 28.9-30.1C
    Give her plenty of food to build back up and plenty of calcium...
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    This is definitely NOT a pygmy, I keep and breed...

    This is definitely NOT a pygmy, I keep and breed them and can tell you without any hesitation.
    Pygmies have a different pattern and a different head shape and also pygmies don't have a beard !!!
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    Eggs can appear anywhere from 2-4 weeks after...

    Eggs can appear anywhere from 2-4 weeks after mating, they will dig experimental nests over several days. I always fill the box back up and keep it slightly damp and pack it down so it stays firm.
    I...
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    First up that advice is wrong, you can candle...

    First up that advice is wrong, you can candle them the day they are laid. It's how you can tell which way is up! It is important to place the egg so the dark spot is at the top, this is the foetus....
  21. Thread: Awake

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    Doing the rounds on Saturday and found my old...

    Doing the rounds on Saturday and found my old fella Sarge sitting on his basking rock even though the lamp wasn't on so I fixed that. Since then I have noticed more movement in various tanks, mostly...
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    If your female has never been with a male the...

    If your female has never been with a male the eggs will be infertile and therefore will not hatch
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    A damaged eye definitely plays a part in...

    A damaged eye definitely plays a part in feeding/hunting . 1 of my frillies has a damaged eye and no longer feeds herself so I am forced to hand feed her a couple of times a week, a task I am not...
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    Hmm, as Larry has pointed out her left eye is a...

    Hmm, as Larry has pointed out her left eye is a weird shape so it might be an injury or dietary deficiency, or even a natural thing. I wouldn't say that age does not diminish vision because I know...
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    Only had to look at the first pic to say that is...

    Only had to look at the first pic to say that is NOT a pygmy, he is just a smaller unit. Pygmies have a different head shape and different patterns
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