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RE: Abbot's Crested Lizard (Gono. doriae)

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Posted by: chalcosoma at Fri Feb 1 08:57:12 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by chalcosoma ]  
   

Hi Jobi,

Are those baby G. Doriae in the pics? You've bred them?

It's interesting, my friend's suggestion for eggs was 73F for 3-4 months. A zoo account had the eggs at 85F for about 2 months.

Is the daytime-nighttime change important for their health and development? Is there higher mortality or weaker babies from using a constant temperature?

Also, the females are ready to lay, and one has laid one egg. That was 5 days ago. If you have any hints for inducing egglaying I'd appreciate it, I'm getting a bit worried.

Any advice on set-up would be very helpful too. I am planning to build a new enclosure for them with running waterfall, mist/fog system, etc. Do they need a lot of ventilation? It would be great to see any pic of your set-ups or just describe how you set them up.

More - UV important? And food, besides crickets and superworms?

Thanks for your help I really want them to survive and grow up like yours did, to the next generation!

Michael


   

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