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

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Posted by: riiotgrrl at Wed Oct 29 10:00:32 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by riiotgrrl ]  
   

For the most part she will eat crickets off of the mesh of the enclosure (a reptarium). It is really warm in my reptile room, and it tends to dry out quite a bit, so the moss is the best way i can think of to keep the humidity up. I have planted cuttings of golden pothos in there too recycle the nutrients that i cant find..(poop) otherwise, her cage will dry out...i have a transpecos ratsnake next to her (for the lack of room.....) with an extra heat source to keep her dry.

she does get a phosporous free calcium supplement...although i will back off of it now....i gave her a bunch after she laid eggs. I will take your advice with the gutload for the crickets.
much thanks! the eggs are swelling and they look good. I am letting them incubate between 74-79f on a shelf...i havent dug them up yet, i will give them another week or so, then i will have to becuase i need to know if they are fertile...
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