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    Good evening Ladys and Gentelmen
    i want to introduce myself
    my name is Sebi Im 28 years old from Frankfurt/Germany
    and this is my 1.0 Nephrurus amyae


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    and this is my Setup


    Please tell me if i do something wrong with this Setup thank you
    Greetings from Germany
    Sebi
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    Welcome to the forums! That is a very nice Amyae you have
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    Nice Amyae.
    Im not sure but are amyae not ment to be housed on sand ?
    I have never kept them, but i know this is the case with my Levis.
    Thanks Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by smallpaul View Post
    Nice Amyae.
    Im not sure but are amyae not ment to be housed on sand ?
    I have never kept them, but i know this is the case with my Leivs.
    Thanks Paul
    I thought that but then noticed it was kitchen roll anyway

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    Nice looking animal. You need to change to sand substrate though.
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    Hi
    but what kind of sand substrate do i use???
    Sebi

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    Hi there!

    Beautiful N. amyae!

    In my experience, amyae can thrive on both sand or paper towel. Personally I like using clean, washed beach sand. Beach sand is worn by the wave action so it doesn't have jagged edges.

    If you use paper towel, you will have to provide a 3-4 inch deep laybox filled with moist sand for your females to lay in.


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    hi Sebi: your photos are very good!

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    Hi,

    just a sad update, My Nephrurus amyae died last Weekend������!

    He lived 14,5 years!

    Beat Regards
    Sebi
    Greetings

    Sebi

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