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RE: Questions about G. chameleontinus?

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Posted by: Bob1515 at Wed Apr 11 03:16:42 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Bob1515 ]  
   

Hey Jobi,
Thanks so much for all the info, again! I'm sorry I didn't get back to you sooner, I was gone for some of Easter and busy on Monday. But thanks for answering me. The females seem to be finally recovering. I think the nesting medium itself was fine, I just think there wasn't enough space to find a good spot for laying. They are in tanks that are tall and somewhat narrow. I have been trying to feed them as much as they will eat, one eats like a pig, the other is a little more "conservative" than she used to be. This is a little concerning, but I did up the basking light, and so hopefully the temps will rise enough for her to start feeling a little better. As I said in the other post, the grandis are growing like weeds so I don't think I will be able to get the other gonos, I have to sincerely thank you for all the amazing info you so willingly gave me. It would have taken me forever to find all that out on my own, if I even could, and by that time who knows what state the lizards would have been in. Thanks again, having this forum is such a great tool, especially with people like you and spawn on it, really awesome! The acanthosaura info will indeed help me know though. I am getting a trio of female armata on Thursday, these are apparently a little more difficult to breed? We'll see, they are such amazing animals. I really hope I am able to do it! Well, you take care and I'll talk to you after a while!


Regards,
Robert


   

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