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Possible Gravid female with shed problem

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Posted by: Eppademic at Thu Nov 12 18:39:48 2015  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Eppademic ]  
   

i have an unknown age female normal (7 yrs as far as we know) she was a rescue from an abandoned house some years back the previous owner had her for about 4-5 years in a tank with a male, supposedly they locked all the time but never had a clutch. for the last 2 years she was in her tank alone due to the male passing away. we rescued her from the previous owner because the previous owner became pregnant and was unable to handle her as needed. when we got her home and put her in her new tank (90 gal with about 6 inches of keepers choice she seemed very unhappy so we got her a mate unfortunately the mate we got her had a cyst when bought (unknowingly). They locked for 2-4 days at a time while he was around. fast forward to 2 weeks ago. we picked her up to let her soak in a warm water with shed ease as we always do after her eyes caps clear, that was over 7 days ago, her eyes are cloudy again, her humidity is now 68% because of the shedding, warm side is at 92 and cold side is at 78. she has still not shed yet.

Any help/insight would be greatly appreciated


   

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