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    Quote Originally Posted by Geopard Lecko View Post
    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!
    Maybe Mella would be fine as a breeder too?

    I hope you're looking into shows. There's a huge July show in Puyallup and a smaller Portland show in August.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elizabeth Freer View Post
    Maybe Mella would be fine as a breeder too?

    I hope you're looking into shows. There's a huge July show in Puyallup and a smaller Portland show in August.
    Im wondering if i paired her too late or not enough.. Wonder if i could pair again? The ones that were successfull seem to go smooth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geopard Lecko View Post
    Im wondering if i paired her too late or not enough.. Wonder if i could pair again? The ones that were successfull seem to go smooth.
    Try pairing Mella again.
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    Oh an prob def goin to the portland show not sure on Puyallup tho.. We shall see how many geckos i have left by then ive already got some interest
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geopard Lecko View Post
    Oh an prob def goin to the portland show not sure on Puyallup tho.. We shall see how many geckos i have left by then ive already got some interest
    That's great news!
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    Aint been on here for a while as iv been busy with work and family stuff including a pregnancy of our own but its great to see you have some hatchlings of your own! They look beautiful.

    My first hatchling is about 6 weeks old now and growing nicely.

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    I also got my next set of hatchlings yesterday! I put them in the same box to quickly get a pic so i could see just how big its gotten.
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    yeah big difference for sure!
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    Ummm yeah mella doesnt wanna play no more.. I decided to try Hercules instead an she bit him right on the face.. Like a full on mouth over his mouth an nose chomp.. As soon as he was put in her enclosure she came right up to him he didnt even get to sniff her. She let go right away an he is fine but he was like f thay crazy b get me outta here! Poor fella.. Shes a wacky gal for sure im pretty sure shes gonna be pet only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geopard Lecko View Post
    Ummm yeah mella doesnt wanna play no more.. I decided to try Hercules instead an she bit him right on the face.. Like a full on mouth over his mouth an nose chomp.. As soon as he was put in her enclosure she came right up to him he didnt even get to sniff her. She let go right away an he is fine but he was like f thay crazy b get me outta here! Poor fella.. Shes a wacky gal for sure im pretty sure shes gonna be pet only.
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    WOW! Good that you were watching!!!

    I'm glad Hercules is OK!
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    What are you feeding yiur hatchlings? Do they actually eat nealworms?

    Iv had problems with mine. The first hatchling would not eat mealworms so i had to buy small locusts and crickets, which it would eat straight away. Its appetite has improved and now seems to eat mealworms.

    But now im having the same trouble with the new hatchlings. I obviously didnt feed them until they shed their first skin (although i only saw evidence of one shedding) but they dont seem interested in mealworms either. I even stuck a nymph dubia in with them and they havnt touched them.

    I wont worry about it just yet but im wondering if there is anything i can do to get them onto the mealworms. I dont want to have to feed all my hatchlings locusts and crickets as its gonna be too expensive. Id rather just give them the odd one.
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