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    gorgeous

    gorgeous
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    Hissing roaches are often sold at reptile sale...

    Hissing roaches are often sold at reptile sale shows as feeders for larger lizards such as chameleons and bds.
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    I have been growing my 5 inch tall plant for...

    I have been growing my 5 inch tall plant for about 1 year now and its doing great on the windowsill. I water from the top, letting water form puddles within the leaves. Many a time you will see dead...
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    just curious: what's some of you guys favorite...

    just curious: what's some of you guys favorite punk bands out there? heres my list:

    the casualties, anti-flag, afi, the adicts, s.t.u.n., alkaline trio, g.b.h., the unseen, resilience, total...
  5. my coloney of prolifera is growing quite nicely...

    my coloney of prolifera is growing quite nicely (and deey) in a large pot of live sphagnum moss. I have found out through trial and error, that, prolifera loves it cool...hot heat will just kill off...
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    pygmies produce gemmae, but like all drosera,...

    pygmies produce gemmae, but like all drosera, they also produce flowers. gemmae are a sure fire way to reproduce, but seeds sometime come too if the plant is willing.
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    Drosera capensis 'alba' (i assume thats your...

    Drosera capensis 'alba' (i assume thats your plant?) can be a bit pink in the tenticles at time.
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    The commomly sold drosera(sundews) sold here at...

    The commomly sold drosera(sundews) sold here at pft are D.spatulata and D.adelae. They are both tropical drosera (spatulata-subtropical, adelae-tropical) both do well in a terria where humdity is...
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    your unkown drosera under the pic of the adeale...

    your unkown drosera under the pic of the adeale is most likely a spatulata, probabaly D.spatulata 'kansai', the one that came as burkeana looks like D.dielsiana.
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    A very easy and quite longlived ping. would be...

    A very easy and quite longlived ping. would be P.moranensis. They are very, very easy to care for: I grow mine in a pot of longfibered sphagnum, but mixes of peat/perlite or peat/sand will do well...
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    Hello, First off, what a great effort you placed...

    Hello,
    First off, what a great effort you placed into the enclosure, it was over the top awesome lol. Well, more on advice, coming from a fellow herp collector-
    The great size of the enclosure: it...
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    i agree with what the experts just said about...

    i agree with what the experts just said about madagascarensis. It is a very, very rewarding plant, for the beauty just never stops; when it starts off small and slowly grows to a giant. If it starts...
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    You must likely have 2 barking tree frogs. Your...

    You must likely have 2 barking tree frogs. Your best bet is to cruise aroung kingsnake.com and dig of info. Best to use rain water or distilled water, as stated before, amphibians absorb through...
  14. oh yea, nice thinking Spec, pacman frogs (aka...

    oh yea, nice thinking Spec, pacman frogs (aka Argentine horned frogs) are good for 5 gallon tank, as long as it is kept single.
  15. For a small tank like a 5 gal, your best bet...

    For a small tank like a 5 gal, your best bet would be a single or pair of firebellied newts or toads. Reptiles tend to require more room, but if you are lucky, you may be able to locate a nice worm...
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    your best bet for any snake these days is aspen...

    your best bet for any snake these days is aspen shavings. They are not deadly like cedar shavings and is good in collecting waste and conducting heat.
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    baby hognose...i love them hoggies...

    baby hognose...i love them hoggies http://www.petflytrap.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif
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    Vields enjoy typical chameleon care, which...

    Vields enjoy typical chameleon care, which usually means a heat lamp and uv bulb (unless it is in a screen cage, the it can be placed outdoors when weather is nice for natural sunlight and uv) Mist...
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    The dew should return when the humdity is...

    The dew should return when the humdity is correct. Dont worry, give it a few weeks.
  20. Those beetles are easily killed with bleach. I...

    Those beetles are easily killed with bleach. I have had them also, didn't really do much, just at some holes into nearby nepenthes.
  21. Live tubflex worms are a good source of live food.

    Live tubflex worms are a good source of live food.
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    The best lighting for a BD is to have a fixture...

    The best lighting for a BD is to have a fixture for a UVB bulb (like you said, a Repti-Sun...needs to be higher then 2.0, try 5.0) THe 100 W bulb is fine for heat via basking. THe uv light and...
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    I have found thatthe best way to transplant...

    I have found thatthe best way to transplant seedlings is to use a toothpick and scoop the entire seedling with roots still in soil and place the mound into a depression in new pot.
  24. These two species are often, very often, sold...

    These two species are often, very often, sold together in the same enclosures. I would say that they will do fine together, as long as enough food is present. They are fairly easyto care for; i have...
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    Sand would be best, but I like your thinking when...

    Sand would be best, but I like your thinking when sand is lacking lol. Your plant should be fine, as long as the roots are covered nicely with peat and perlite. Perlite tends to be quite large...
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