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    Default Lizzy Lou Leopard Gecko, Dusting powder residue on bottom of cage after feeding O.K.?


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    Lizzy Lou is new, hasn't been home a week yet and we are getting use to the routine of feeding. This morning we may have over dusted the meal worms (powder sticks better on crickets!) And now there is some powder left in the aquarium, it this O.K.? (We are using Fluker's Calcium with Vitamin D) I have no problem cleaning the whole cage but I don't want to stress her while she's getting use to us! Thanks.

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    It won't hurt anything. Don't worry about it.

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    you can get a wet paper towel and scoop it up fairly easily, but embrace is correct, it wont hurt anything.
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