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    As a european that sounds just too funny to me....

    As a european that sounds just too funny to me. Bioactive. That stuff is in practice for decades over here, itll be harder to find people without Collembola, Trichorhina tomentosa or Porcellionides...
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    unfortunate but understandable. well its a...

    unfortunate but understandable. well its a cricket, but not the usual one, ive heard of cave crickets to make good feeders, as they are less noisy than the usually used crickets. ive read of...
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    Atractomorpha sp. are another food option.

    Atractomorpha sp. are another food option.
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    FrogFace Conversion Kit might be a possibility

    FrogFace Conversion Kit might be a possibility
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    do you mean fruit flies or fungus gnats?

    do you mean fruit flies or fungus gnats?
  6. looks nice, although i can tell you that over...

    looks nice, although i can tell you that over here, most people build their backall with many crevices, as it is said that the geckos feel more secure with their body pressed between those crevices,...
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    that page might help you: Welcome to...

    that page might help you:
    Welcome to www.dwarfgeckos.com
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    i have made the experience that with L....

    i have made the experience that with L. williamsi, the more UVB, the better.

    From what ive heard, many people who rely too much on fruit flies when raising their williamsis have had some problems,...
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    I have a Sauria magazine lying around somewhere...

    I have a Sauria magazine lying around somewhere that has an article about their keeping. im kinda very busy right now, but if you give me some time i could write out some points for you.
  10. Nice caresheet, only thing that is missing is a...

    Nice caresheet, only thing that is missing is a nice picture of your gecko
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    Zophobas are mentioned often in that regard.

    Zophobas are mentioned often in that regard.
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    Not going to the vet, when she showed symptoms...

    Not going to the vet, when she showed symptoms that looked abnormal to you?
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    I have never heard of underwoodisaurus milii...

    I have never heard of underwoodisaurus milii being kept in a rainforrest terrarium with high humidity. Interesting Choice...
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    pristurus carteri

    pristurus carteri
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    Hi, I'm sorry to disappoint you, but i didn't...

    Hi,
    I'm sorry to disappoint you, but i didn't use anything that explained the technique, it was more of a learning by doing process with some things i had in mind that panned out and some that...
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    oh, so it was wild caught, i was thinking that...

    oh, so it was wild caught, i was thinking that you were experimenting with some alternate grasshoppers to breed at home. thanks though and again, cool videos on your channel :)
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    nice video, what kind of grashopper was that?

    nice video, what kind of grashopper was that?
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    This might help...

    This might help
    http://www.fmart.de/0dom/daten/Tagalina_Matzke_Klass.pdf
    And with the help of a google translator even this:
    Zucht und Haltung
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    Hi :) i started with 3 layers of tile cement and...

    Hi :)
    i started with 3 layers of tile cement and then put on 3 layers of a cement and peat mix.
    for the first layer(of the cement/peat mixes) i tried 50/50 screed and peat, the second and 3rd layer...
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    First self created viv: L. williamsi

    Hi guys, thought i'd share my first self created viv, its a L. williamsi set up. the pics aren't the greatest, but oh well...
    the size of the tank is 31.5 x 15.7 x 39.4 inches (80x40x100cm) btw.
    ...
  21. I'm sorry, i couldn't quite follow you, in my...

    I'm sorry, i couldn't quite follow you, in my mind those 2 sentences contradict each other. If i say a basic recommendation for the human diet is for it to consist of around 30% fat, it means that 30...
  22. ya, i cant link websites due to my low post...

    ya, i cant link websites due to my low post count, so i had to put brackets into the link.


    yup and this was the thesis:

    Due to the nutrient content of diets
    commonly used for Leopard...
  23. not really dealing with gout and the likes, but...

    not really dealing with gout and the likes, but with growth rates, size and morpholigical traits, i saw an article that goes into the direction that when controlling the diet for calories differing...
  24. thx a lot for another interesting link, i did...

    thx a lot for another interesting link, i did have a quick look into it before it went down, but - unfortunately - with a more than packed schedule i couldnt find the time to read it properly enough...
  25. hmm, but with 20 % of the required kcals being...

    hmm, but with 20 % of the required kcals being derived from proteins and 5 % from fat, that would still leave 75% open and i just cant imagine the carbohydrate content of the feeder insects to be...
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