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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    WOW, Nick! What can I say: !!! Honestly!

    You've created a guide that will be appealing to newbies and advanced keepers alike! I'm sorry I did not see your continuing posts before now.
    Told you I would do it and so I did :P
    I have one more update, it's a surprise before the new year
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicKtheGreeK1997 View Post
    Told you I would do it and so I did :P
    I have one more update, it's a surprise before the new year
    You rock, Nick!

    Have "kids" arrived?
    "If you can hear crickets, it's still summer." ;)

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    Click: Leo Care Sheet's Table of Contents

    ===> No plain calcium, calcium with D3, or multivitamins inside an enclosure <===

    Oedura castelnaui ~ Lepidodactylus lugubris ~ Phelsuma barbouri ~ Ptychozoon kuhli ~ Cyrtodactylus peguensis zebraicus ~ Phyllurus platurus ~ Eublepharis macularius ~ Correlophus ciliatus ~ (L kimhowelli) ~ (P tigrinus) ~ (P klemmeri) ~ (H garnotii)

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    I replaced the dead branches with plastic ones. This photo was taken when I caught the male staring at the christmas tree's lights, so I make sure to turn them off every night. Nice point to view his territory though



    And the early Christmas present. The female shed her skin and cut down on eating so I was worried. One night I checked uppon her and she looked too thin, so I was really worried. The other night I discovered her present. The second egg from the clutch was dropped on the ground and was rock solid (probably because she's still young and this was her first egg laying), so I threw it away since it won't hatch.



    I definitely did not expect them to breed this soon since it's winter and they are yearlings hatched in spring, even though I had my suspicions because they are vocal and I can hear them communicating.

    Now the female is empty but she still hasn't started eating which makes me worried. Supplementation with calcium and D3 is even more critical at this point. I hope turning the temps up a bit and giving her time will help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicKtheGreeK1997 View Post
    I replaced the dead branches with plastic ones. This photo was taken when I caught the male staring at the christmas tree's lights, so I make sure to turn them off every night. Nice point to view his territory though



    And the early Christmas present. The female shed her skin and cut down on eating so I was worried. One night I checked uppon her and she looked too thin, so I was really worried. The other night I discovered her present. The second egg from the clutch was dropped on the ground and was rock solid (probably because she's still young and this was her first egg laying), so I threw it away since it won't hatch.



    I definitely did not expect them to breed this soon since it's winter and they are yearlings hatched in spring, even though I had my suspicions because they are vocal and I can hear them communicating.

    Now the female is empty but she still hasn't started eating which makes me worried. Supplementation with calcium and D3 is even more critical at this point. I hope turning the temps up a bit and giving her time will help.
    I’m getting a pair of skunks later this week, I have a 26 bowfront with lots of cork hides and a spider plant. Any advice you could tell me, I have had a leopard gecko for a while now and had anoles too

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9darlingcalvi View Post
    I’m getting a pair of skunks later this week, I have a 26 bowfront with lots of cork hides and a spider plant. Any advice you could tell me, I have had a leopard gecko for a while now and had anoles too
    Not any more than you can read on this thread for your self! But if you have any specific question be sure to ask. Even though I'm not a care sheet, and you should read many of those.

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