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    I originally thought they would enjoy the design,...

    I originally thought they would enjoy the design, but they were trampling plants and I decided it would be best to put them in another tank. They are now in an 18 x 18 x 18 cube with many vertical...
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    What is so unsuitable for a uroplatus spp?

    What is so unsuitable for a uroplatus spp?
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    Mossy Hexagonal Vivarium

    http://i929.photobucket.com/albums/ad134/dz349/Hexagonal%20Uroplatus%20Vivarium/DSC01352.jpg
    http://i929.photobucket.com/albums/ad134/dz349/Hexagonal%20Uroplatus%20Vivarium/DSC01348.jpg...
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    contacted pet shop and they agreed to swap for...

    contacted pet shop and they agreed to swap for another male with no tail, i agreed because they refused to refund me. This guy isnt as lethargic but does have some trouble with the glass too, which...
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    I've tried soaking his feet in warm water for 10...

    I've tried soaking his feet in warm water for 10 minutes and have given an electrolyte solution. There is no excess skin on the toe pads.

    He is still not able to climb glass and is becoming more...
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    New rescues, need input

    Hello everyone,

    Recently I saved a pair of sikorae from a chain pet store and the male is having difficulty climbing glass. He keeps trying and falls everytime. I feel terrible. They are both...
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    Hes dead.

    Hes dead.
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    L williamsi is dying HELP

    My probable male L williamsi has been in great shape and is always super active, but yesterday I noticed that it was particularly bloated/fat which is odd considering I haven't fed crickets in 2...
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    Brown L williamsi

    I recently posted in regards to a mite issue I was dealing with, and after 2 weeks he/she is mite free. With that being said, this unsexed probable male has been consistently grey/brown and at times...
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    You bring up some interesting points. I would...

    You bring up some interesting points. I would however remove all the animals from the tank first, and dry ice bombing would be cycled for a couple of weeks. I have done this many times in the same...
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    Thanks for all the help guys. I honestly just...

    Thanks for all the help guys. I honestly just removed everything i could see, and put him into his viv. I have no problem nuking the tank with co2 if the problem persists, but i have heard that the...
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    So I used olive oil and a q tip and removed the...

    So I used olive oil and a q tip and removed the major red mite on the geckos abdomen, but I noticed a second one under his eyeball and am hesitant to try and wipe it off. How should i approach this...
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    L Williamsi, mites?

    Hey everyone,

    I haven't been on the forum in a long time, but finally got back into geckos. I recently purchased one male L williamsi from a reptile importer, who claims they are CB from tanzania....
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    I have a 2 problems with the vivarium, although...

    I have a 2 problems with the vivarium, although since you say you're new its fine. Firstly, crested geckos require a fair amount of misting and you have no drainage. I recommend taking out the...
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    Congrats! I had a male and female together for...

    Congrats! I had a male and female together for almost half a year, with nothing but duds platered to the glass. The male died over the summer under a friends care but in the future i would breed....
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    For starters i want to praise your background,...

    For starters i want to praise your background, its really neat. I think personally with the supplies at your disposal, you can do a lot more with the tank. I would first recommend a drainage layer if...
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    I havnt seen any spiders yet, i only noticed the...

    I havnt seen any spiders yet, i only noticed the webs yesterday and this morning. Like I said, dry ice is really hard to get where im from so im going to have a steak out for a little spider so i can...
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    I was semi kidding btw..lol but on topic, I think...

    I was semi kidding btw..lol but on topic, I think I am going to remove the mounted bromeliad and replant it and see where that takes me. It already has a pup so work case scenario is a switcheroo...
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    In my town, a vet costs 70 dollars a visit plus...

    In my town, a vet costs 70 dollars a visit plus 30 to open a folder plus X amount of money for treatment. Thats more than what I payed already. Im going to try and sell him through my work. Hes not...
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    Lmao im pretty sure a gas chamber isnt humane;-)...

    Lmao im pretty sure a gas chamber isnt humane;-) Thst what happened during the holocaust...I also thing tampering with a highly explosive canister of compressed carbon dioxide isnt smart considering...
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    Hes really not eating at all, slurry is refused....

    Hes really not eating at all, slurry is refused. He drinks tho. I am trying to give him away to someone who knows what to do. I am losing hope because I did everything in my power to help and its not...
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    where do i get co2....

    where do i get co2....
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    Can I use this in my uroplatus tank?

    I just re did my dart frog vivarium, and I have a nice piece of malaysian driftwood I was using in their old setup. It has a gorgeous neoregelia fireball mounted on it with roots already fused. I...
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    got new heat pad, works well, tried offering...

    got new heat pad, works well, tried offering crickets, and force feeding. no use at all. Slurry is a problem because i cant put worms in a blender.
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    I would recommend, 2-3 inches of clay pellets(...

    I would recommend, 2-3 inches of clay pellets( hydroballs, hydroleca, LECA etc), followed by an 18 x 18 screen made from standard fiberglass you can buy at any hardware store. Another screen method...
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