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  1. Thread: Food's

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    Hi ,as Brian & Kimmy said, young dragons eat more...

    Hi ,as Brian & Kimmy said, young dragons eat more bugs than vegies but change as they get older but pygmies are even harder to get onto veg if not started as hatchies.I always start my pygmies...
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    Hello Ettie and welcome to our forum, I know a...

    Hello Ettie and welcome to our forum, I know a couple of Sydney breeders and will check around. We don't want you going to a pet shop and paying premium prices. I will be breeding later this year and...
  3. Thread: Fossile

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    yes a lot of lizards try to climb the glass, it's...

    yes a lot of lizards try to climb the glass, it's called glass surfing. Sometimes it's the reflection, sometimes it's just reaction from seeing people etc.
    Yes a cave is the best, they need a place...
  4. Thread: Fossile

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    Nice looking pygmy and welcome to the forum

    Nice looking pygmy and welcome to the forum
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    Yes UV globes produce UVA and UVB 10 UV is...

    Yes UV globes produce UVA and UVB
    10 UV is basically for desert creatures and 5 UV is for tropical creatures, so yes 5UV for your EWD.
    Night light is not needed, dragons should have a natural...
  6. Hi and welcome to the forum, it is pretty much...

    Hi and welcome to the forum, it is pretty much the same for all dragons.
    First Rule is always feed bugs no bigger than the gap between the eyes
    Babies (hatchies) should be fed bugs twice a day...
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    that is cheap but it is USA, add postage and GST...

    that is cheap but it is USA, add postage and GST and I don't think you'd save much more.
    I bought a 6.5, 2 or 3 years ago and I think I paid about $300
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    Sorry I have no idea what this is but I have made...

    Sorry I have no idea what this is but I have made lizard enclosures from fish tanks, (It's all we had years ago) We made lids with built in lights or used clamp ons and cables were just run down the...
  9. Thread: HI

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    Winter is a bad time to start a new colony of...

    Winter is a bad time to start a new colony of anything, I just put a heat mat under my superworms and the beetles to keep them active even though most people say room temps are fine. But it was 4C...
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    Let us know how you find these newer tubes so...

    Let us know how you find these newer tubes so other people can benefit from your experience
  11. Thread: HI

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    Giant mealworms are just mealworms ( Tenebrio...

    Giant mealworms are just mealworms ( Tenebrio molitor) that are fed steroids, not real superworms.(Superworms ((Zophobas morio)) can't go in the fridge) Mealworms are high in fat and not good for a...
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    I can't offer an opinion on T5 . I haven't tried...

    I can't offer an opinion on T5 . I haven't tried it yet.But have heard good things about it
  13. Thread: HI

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    You're better off putting a few mealworms in his...

    You're better off putting a few mealworms in his salad to get him interested, rather than feeding him on heaps of fatty food.
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    It's not a silly question at all. T8 refers to...

    It's not a silly question at all.
    T8 refers to the thickness or diameter of the tube not the power and the watts refer to the length of the tube, so 30W is a 3' tube and 18W is a 2' tube. In your...
  15. Thread: HI

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    Hello and welcome to the forum. Am I seeing...

    Hello and welcome to the forum. Am I seeing things or do you have dozens of mealworms in the bowl? If I am not hallucinating you are doing your dragon a
    mis-service as mealworms are high in fat &...
  16. Your temps sound okay but could be a little...

    Your temps sound okay but could be a little higher.

    Bathing every week is not needed and over the top.Bathing is only needed when in shed and only if it's a problem. I gave my 10YO a bath this...
  17. As Grubandk (Rob) has said too frequent baths and...

    As Grubandk (Rob) has said too frequent baths and high humidity are a recipe for disaster. You really don't want your beardy to get RI (respiratory infection) it is a beardies worst nightmare ....
  18. It looks to me like that leg is ready to shed...

    It looks to me like that leg is ready to shed before the rest of the body, a bit unusual for a leg to shed first but I wouldn't panic. Give him a warm bath and see how he goes
  19. Thread: Brumation

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    She is no baby,she is 3.5 YO and had not sold

    She is no baby,she is 3.5 YO and had not sold
  20. Thread: Brumation

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    I'm very happy with her; She is a bit flighty but...

    I'm very happy with her; She is a bit flighty but not bitey. I don't think the breeder was hands on but that is fair enough, you can't handle all the babies..She should settle down in time.
  21. Thread: Brumation

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    I know pics are required,It's one of my first...

    I know pics are required,It's one of my first requests of newbies but I had to wait a couple of days to let her relax before I handled her.
    So here she is in all her glory 149711497214973
  22. Thread: Brumation

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    a replacement female Pygmy banded python, I had...

    a replacement female Pygmy banded python, I had to euthanize my girl a couple of months ago :(
    These are still fairly rare in the hobby and I am working on the rarities now
  23. Thread: Brumation

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    Snakes are good because they don't actually...

    Snakes are good because they don't actually brumate (inside at least) so you have a friend all year round. My 3 have stopped eating but not moving,and my new 1 is coming from SA tomorrow.
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    I'm not sure how you'd go about it, with a human...

    I'm not sure how you'd go about it, with a human you could hold the eyelid open but with a small reptile I don't know how you would do that but I wish you the best of luck.
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    Is it sand or some grit? Then I'd try to flush it...

    Is it sand or some grit? Then I'd try to flush it out
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