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RE: Gonocephalus grandis...?

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Posted by: Bob1515 at Tue Mar 20 22:10:50 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Bob1515 ]  
   

Hi guys!
Thanks so much for your input. I really am grateful for it. At the moment, I have had the three of them for about 2 days. One is very colorful and the other two change from the beautiful colors to plain brown. I have the in a tank 30" long by about 16" high with tons of wood and plants. I am planning to put them into a tank that is 30" tall and about 16" wide and deep. They are just so small. They are maybe 2.5 -3" STV length. As of yet they haven't eaten but they seem very active and extremely fast and flighty (they bite unrestrainedly). I was lucky to not have to order them as I was able to pick out the ones that looked really good. Nice rounded thighs and tails etc. I was wondering, how does one tell the difference between the sexes? They all seem to be pretty colorful, but are way too young to have crests etc. I am really hoping that they aren't all males! None have bulges at the base of the tail like the MHDs, but as I said, are all very colorful.

What do you guys think about humidity? I know they need it really, really high, right now it is at 63% below the lamp, and about 84% in the rest of the cage. Sound good? Need more? Less?

Also, what have you guys had luck feeding them? I have heard that some of the gonocephalus species will consume fruit and greens? Any thoughts. Thanks for all the tips!


Best Regards,
Robert


   

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