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    My leopard gecko eggs didn't make it, but I have my bearded digging a burrow to lay HER eggs as we speak [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] I can't wait,

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    My post on Kingsnake
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    Having suspected my Bearded was gravid only 4 days ago I had felt lumps but believed she had some time to develop the eggs, maybe a week or so (She was still eating as well).. However today I saw the sand in her cage dug up so I set to work getting a laying chamber from a 10 gallon tank, Sand, Vermiculite, and lots of potting soil (Would have been pure peat moss, but I wasn't ready)
    Laying her in there and remaking it numerous times (She felled the soil more than once) she finally got a burrow around 9 and just 20 minutes ago I took her out when I noticed the burrow was filled, (She'll be getting FOOD tomorrow)

    After all the digging I have 13 eggs and 3 slugs, impressive for only having the male a month especially since he's stunted, he must be a stud. This should have been the females first clutch and it's only my second clutch of anything
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    I hope they hatch out well for you sliz
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    I've seen your stuff at Kingsnake, I real dig them Chameleons, I would like to get my claws on a few of them [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/blues.gif[/img] Good luck with the eggs.

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    Chams are fun, I've had Veileds and Jacksons, great species.. gorgeous colors, good luck if you ever get them, if you have the money.. go with a Panther, maybe a Nose Be Blue.. I love those, their colors differ with the region they originate from.. expensive though, but beautiful
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    I've got a magic window! elgecko's Avatar
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    Slizarus,
    Sorry to hear of you Leopard Gecko eggs. I bred these lizards for a few years. It was really neat to see them hatch and grow up. I'll place a plug for my webpage now about Leopard Geckos.
    http://www.geocities.com/elgecko1989/geckos.html
    Good luck with the Bearded Dragon eggs.
    As for true Chameleons, I've never owned one yet. I plan to sometime. There is a reptile show near me once a month. I have not been to it for a good 5 years, but they had true Chameleons, Veiled babies for $20.00 and Panthers were not much more.


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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (elgecko @ Sep. 25 2004,7:44)]Slizarus,
    Sorry to hear of you Leopard Gecko eggs. I bred these lizards for a few years. It was really neat to see them hatch and grow up. I'll place a plug for my webpage now about Leopard Geckos.
    http://www.geocities.com/elgecko1989/geckos.html
    Good luck with the Bearded Dragon eggs.
    As for true Chameleons, I've never owned one yet. I plan to sometime. There is a reptile show near me once a month. I have not been to it for a good 5 years, but they had true Chameleons, Veiled babies for $20.00 and Panthers were not much more.
    Well, they've suffered a literal burst in popularity it seems.. they cost at the least.. 100 for one of poor quality.. but yah, Veileds get cheap, mine passed away from Smoke inhalation.. they survived the fire, but eh..

    I plan to get them again soon, but I need to get everything squared away first
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    apple rings.. what more can i say? FlytrapGurl's Avatar
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    Cool pics! My mom and my uncle Scott have BDs.. my mom used to have a leo named Slick, but he passed away several months later.. he was a weak hatchling and was too weak to eat his crickets, so he started eating the crushed-walnut-shell sand by the mouthfull, impacting himself until he died. I use the same sand for my leo, but I don't worry about it at all, because he's a strong one and a strong eater and he eats his crickets.. and he HATES the taste of the sand. Must be pretty bitter. Sometimes he misses a cricket and gets mouthful of sand, so he spends forever trying to get every last particle out of his mouth.. he panics if he has so much as one grain of it in his mouth. So I don't worry about impaction with him.. Man, I really wish I could start breeding leos... but I simply don't have enough room.. I barely have the room for his 20 gallon long tank. I could probably easily move the 2-gallon fishtank off that same surface and put an least a 40 gallon long tank on there.. but then there's the money part of it.. I have almost 200 bucks (saved allowance and profit from my art sales at the bar my mom works at), but that's strictly for riding lessons.. maybe when I move out. I should still have my leo then.. he's only 4 years old. He can easily live 10, 15 more years.

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