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    Hi Steve,

    I have posted this tread to the forum as well.

    I have got a group of N. amyae juveniles. One of the smallest ones seems not to eat properly. Also this guy is the most restless in the group. I find the same number of crickets in the morning as I put in the previous evening. At the moment I use a simple setup for them (plastic storage container, hide spot, paper towel). Any feeding tricks for babies?

    Thanks,
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I live in Mesa AZ with my wife Molly and my son Nixon. I have been breeding reptiles for 13 years.
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N.asper, N. wheeleri cinctus, N. amyae, N. levis levis, N.stellatus, N.deleani, U.milii, N.laevissimus, V.glauerti, V.tristis tristis, V.pilbarensis, and E.depressa(Northern Form).

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