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    gotta do a second post for 2 videos i guess

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    And THANKS to you and Shirleen for sharin'! I can see the whole fam's involved.

    Although my leo Cha did lay one fertile egg that hatched, it's been so long I don't recall any details.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    And THANKS to you and Shirleen for sharin'! I can see the whole fam's involved.

    Although my leo Cha did lay one fertile egg that hatched, it's been so long I don't recall any details.
    your welcome!

    here's one more, of all 4. wont be having any more hatching for a couple weeks atleast and at that point i'll probably do an update for these 4.

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    @acpart so the first set is just about 2 weeks old now, the #2 to hatch is already 6.6 grams, while the #1 still is 4.2 grams, it hatched at 3.8 though, it has eaten a few small dubia but not really any mealies and its on its second shed now, which this guy seems to take a while to shed where as the other one it just happens an you dont even realize it. #1 has pooped its first shed plus the poop from the dubia's but has been in its 2nd shed for like 2 days now, i keep his paper towel moist just like the other guy and the lil Styrofoam hide thing i made keeps the moisture in for sure. just wondering what your thoughts are on him, google isn't being very helpful on the matter as most things i can find pertain to adults.


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    Aliza might be just around the next corner, but she's been here today.

    Maybe #1 prefers dubia?

    As long as each hatchling is eating and pooping consistently, I wouldn't be concerned. Each hatchling grows at different rates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    Aliza might be just around the next corner, but she's been here today.

    Maybe #1 prefers dubia?

    As long as each hatchling is eating and pooping consistently, I wouldn't be concerned. Each hatchling grows at different rates.
    yeah i just put 5 more tiny dubia in each of their tubs, well not in cindys babies cuz they havent even shed yet anyways. as long as he eats sheds an poops all should be good hehe
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    I have always been amazed at how different clutch mates can behave. I once had a pair of clutch mates where at about 3 weeks, one was about 15 grams already and the other was only 5. Believe me, it's easier not to obsess about each hatchling when you have 40 of them! You're right, as long as they are eating somewhat and pooping it's probably fine. I have had the occasional hatchling that took a long time to get started. I've had some that were still 7 grams at 3 months. In most cases, they eventually caught on. Sometimes it was a question of changing the feeders and sometimes they needed to be hand fed for quite awhile. There is an occasional hatchling who simply doesn't thrive and dies --in those cases there may be something wrong that we can't see. They both look active and healthy so far.

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    So pretty sure these guys will be hypo's at the least, i believe pika #1 will be a darker tangerine an it seems to have taken on his fathers stripes, maybe hard to tell from this pic but right down the center of his back are where his spots are an they continue on down the tail. Oh yeah and this guy loves dubias.. barely touches the mealworms if at all, but i have some very small crickets on the way to give more variety even tho i hate crickets now lol.



    Then pika #2 is growing like a weed! little over 2 weeks old an nearly double his weight! he is a really bright orange this pic actually does no justice to how bright he actually is, i think the yellow is fading to orange and all that will be left is maybe some of that lavender and a couple dots and even those might disappear an he'll be a super hypo baldy lol he only has 1 tiny head dot at the moment.



    And we got cindy #1 (mack snow) an cindy #2 (not sure??) from my research, cindy #1 is probably a white and yellow like his momma but not likely on hypo. while cindy #2 has me baffled.. i havent seen anything like that, i mean some stuff is kinda close but not exact.. my guess would be some kinda tangerine / white and yellow poss het for CUTE A F! lol. his head is super duper orange and not like pika #2's orange that is more like a bright orange while cindy #2's head is a deep thick orange nearly red. and even has some purple between the eyes.



    cindy #1


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    whacha think @acpart ?
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    Cute geckos! I think you will have to wait longer to tell what Cindy#2 is. I haven't had enough experience with W&Y to say either way. Sometimes these geckos have really flaming coloring when they're very young and then it fades. Hopefully that won't happen with yours.

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    Forgot to mention mella laid another set of infertile eggs, this time they were normal lookin slugs and came out in a timely fashion. Cindys likely due to lay another set any day as shes pretty regular and pika can lay anytime between now and probably 2 weeks from now as shes kind of a slow poke. Also should have more hatching soon!
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