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RE: Coastal Plains

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Posted by: Dniles at Sun Dec 16 08:03:19 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Dniles ]  
   

Hey Tony

Sorry to hear about that. We all hate to lose neonates but like Joe said, it happens to all of us and especially when you are dealing with a ssp so fragile and stubborn as temporalis.

Funny you should mention the no scenting or no lizard parts method. I too have basically adopted that approach for my hatchlings - they just get tails until they will come around and eat pinks or pink heads...and most of them do come around eventually!

I did this because I had several situations where nates would only take lizard or snake parts once they started on them and would never cross over. That was a real pain!

Dave
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