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Posted by: SJSandboa at Mon Oct 18 00:05:10 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by SJSandboa ]  
   

I was watching the sunday night football game and all of sudden I see a bunch of movement from my adult enclosure. A bit weird since they don't move that often and when they do it's not very noticeable.

Anyway I saw a baby roaming around on top of the aspen. So I investigated a bit more and found 10 of these guys and 0 slugs.

I hadn't expected this at all. This female had been sold to me as gravid but I was told she was due in 2 months at the most. That was 5 months ago and she had lost weight the last couple months, so I figured she wasn't actually gravid.

So I have a couple questions. I seem to remember reading that I should start trying to feed them after the first or second shed? Also any other tips would be greatly appreciated.

My last question is the male was het albino and the female is p. het albino. The p. het seems to not have proved out, so what would that make these babies? Pure normals or some sort of p. hets?

thanks,
John






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