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holaspis Guentheri or leavis?

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Posted by: UroJade at Mon Jan 3 14:44:38 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by UroJade ]  
   

Is their a easy differece between the two, or is one more common in the pet trade than the other? i got mine about a year and half ago and keep them in a 20 tall with ecto-earth bedding a shallow waterbowl, silkplants a ceramic toad and branch for climbing, a coconut hide and two ceramic jackolanterns for hiding in. i mist the tank down once a day and keep the substrate mostly moist but dryer on the very surface so their not always walking on wet ground but they can get to wet ground in their hides and under things.
they eat small crickets, and they lay eggs fairly often but sofar none have hatched though 2-3 looked like they might be fertile they either shriveled up or never hatched
i used to have three but the smallest one was found dead one morning with no obviuos external injurys but their was a discolored area on its chest ans upper stomache that looked like something internal was bleeding

I relaly love these little guys and im trying to get more and really hope i'll get fertile eggs that will hatch one of these days im not sure but i think my pair might be two females though i could have sworn the first fewtimes i checked them they were different genders

oh yeah i dont know if it makes a difference but the inside of mines mouthes are blue
i have recent pictures of one here under the iguanas pictures
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