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RE: Amphisbaeidae, Rhineura floridana (worm lizard)

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Posted by: rick gordon at Fri Jul 23 17:06:26 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rick gordon ]  
   

I 'll post updates, so far so good. He looks good, at least he has the couple of times that I have seen him. he's very secretive, and seems to have learned not to burrow next to the glass. I believe he is eating, but I have not made any direct observations, accept that I found him one morning with head under a flat piece of slate were the termites that I added had gathered, and within two days they were all gone. Also I have added about two dozen earthworms since I got him, and there is no sign of them.


   

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