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RE: E. mandarinus WC feeding

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Posted by: CrimsonKing at Thu Jul 29 21:22:28 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by CrimsonKing ]  
   

I have had a few wc for more than 10 years. I keep them on cypress mulch with a good hide box as well. Temps in mid to upper 70's when possible (in FL). Let them settle in somewhat and only offer live after they have refused f/t. They can spook easily and a jumpy hopper mouse may stress them believe it or not. Anyway, mine fed on live fuzzies first then hoppers. Gradually (slowly)I moved them up to f/t small mice.
Good luck. Many many do not make it past a few months, sadly...
Watch for parasites and treat accordingly.
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