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RE: CHAMELEON HELP!!! kinda emergency~!!

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Posted by: kinyonga at Thu Mar 26 19:55:22 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kinyonga ]  
   

You said..."I said I wasn't prepared because she didn't show any signs of wanting to lay eggs. Her body isn't all swollen like it was last year, nor her color has changed, no walking around the bottom. That's why I kinda got freaked out when I saw her digging this morning. And I'm sure she's over the MBD, but I'm still worried. I know females don't live as long so....but thanks for replying to my post"...veiled females can live up to 7 years or more. If she is laying less eggs and infertile eggs she might not be so swollen. She might not take on the dark background colors either if she isn't seeing the male.

When did she lay the last eggs?

Has she laid the eggs yet? Is she still digging?


   

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