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

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Posted by: kinyonga at Wed Oct 29 21:36:13 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kinyonga ]  
   

You said..."i have a transpecos ratsnake next to her (for the lack of room.....) with an extra heat source to keep her dry"...can she see it?


You said..."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"...how can you see them? Now that you've left them, be careful when digging them up that you don't turn them.

Good luck with them!


   

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