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    Well as I figured about Xena she was gravid, I been watching her tummy grow an her tail has been kinda small.. We did not pair her so I figured she'd just re-absorb the eggs, I was wrong.. She laid 1 big ass egg in her water dish last night or yesterday some time. She seems ok and all, the egg was a classic non paired female slug type of egg plus it had been in water for who knows how long so I tossed it.. I put a lay box in for her cause shes either ovulating pretty good or has more eggs.. Question is tho should I just pair her up since shes going to be laying anyways? @acpart ?
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    It certainly doesn't hurt to pair her if she's going to be laying anyway. I've paired up geckos that were just shy of 50 grams but were ovulating and not eating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acpart View Post
    It certainly doesn't hurt to pair her if she's going to be laying anyway. I've paired up geckos that were just shy of 50 grams but were ovulating and not eating.

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    She still eats and is mid 50 grams, well, she was 53g a month ago before i noticed her gettin chubby.. thanks
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    HELP THERES SOMETHING WRONG WITH THIS BABY GECKO!!! ITS PINK AND HAS RED EYES!! @acpart




    Looks like Herc an Cindys het tremper proved out, and Herc's 25% pos het eclipse... thing is, Cindy wasn't listed as a het eclipse so this is a huge surpise to us.. and this whole time no eclipse's have came out that we noticed (gonna look really good now) and no albinos, then poof all 2 in 1.. Very exciting! oh an its a Mack snow Raptor to boot, so 3 genes!

    oh and get this... the other egg is pipping... another albino! we'll see if its a raptor too soon!
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    not sure on this one, his eyes are dark in person but with cam flash only look pinkish like normal albino eyes.


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    The eyes of the second one look like normal albino eyes. I have found that some albinos have eyes that look solid black, but if you shine a flashlight behind them you'll see that they're solid red. Congrats on the new ones. Nice to prove something out

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    For those of you who have been following along with my little R.C gecko (the one i thought had no eyes) it is with a heavy heart that I have to tell you he passed away last night, it looks like he went in his sleep he looked peaceful. it looked like his head had swelled up a little probably from his deformity.

    We are heart broken but we know we gave him the best life anyone could have and he was a happy and friendly little guy who always ate well and shed on his own despite his condition.

    He will be missed soo much, my wife and daughters and i will be burrying him this evening as a family. R.I.P my handsome little man. 5/28/19 - 8/2/19

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    Sorry for your loss. Sometimes there's more wrong than we can see. The best we can do, as you've done, is to feed and support and see what develops (or doesn't).

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    May R.C rest in paradise: 5/28/19 - 8/2/19

    Here's a rose to ease your grief.

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