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Posted by: sulfurboy1o3 at Mon Jul 12 17:51:29 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by sulfurboy1o3 ]  
   

Hello, I usually donít post here much but would just like to share something NEW! I keep a few leos in my quince monitor cage. They are settling in very well! Ive noticed the two youngest girls have gone through atleast 2 reproductive cycles each and there are now about 3 clutches in the 3x4x6(lxwxh) enclosure.

Heres the new. I found a female with her eggs in the pothos plant that I have hanging in the cage, 4 ft up. Theyíve scaled the branches and lattice before, but I wasnít expecting her to lay in the plant. There is plenty of cool and warm soil down at the bottom where they usually hang out. I really wouldíve liked to have left the eggs there but I wouldíve gotten them too wet with the routine watering. Another cool thing is that once I took her down, after about 33 minutes, she climbed right back up to the same plant.
Iíve grown up keeping leos and always thought they were the type just dig, lay and leave. Tells me how much I know.

Thanks for reading, sorry I donít have pics.


   

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