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RE: New senegal update...she laid eggs...

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Posted by: kinyonga at Sun Oct 26 02:34:32 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kinyonga ]  
   

I've only had her for 2 weeks, and they said she was CB...but i dont really trust the vendor (the name escapes me right now...they are sort of like regal...) Her basking temp is as high as 95...depending where she stands on her perch. The thermal gradient is 95-75 (75 near the bottom, on the cool end of the reptarium). The humidity is varied as well. I use beaked Personally, I would ditch the moss. I worry about them ingesting substrates and becoming impacted.

IMHO its very important with senegals that you make sure they drink well.

Regarding gutload....I use a wide assortment of greens (dandelion, kale, collards, endive, escarole, mustard greens, etc.) and veggies (carrots, squash, zucchini, sweet potato, sweet red pepper, etc.) I don't like using commercial gutloads.

I have always dusted with a phosphorous-free calcium at most feedings. I dust twice a month with a vitamin powder that has a beta carotene source of vitamin A. I dust twice a month with a phos.-free calcium/D3 powder.


   

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