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Old 25-09-2007, 10:39 PM
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trio of gargs living together over a yr old 2 female one male. a pair have been together for a while and the other female was recently introduced. during the night there is a barking kinda noise coming from their viv, what is this?? fighting? or mating? ive read some books on generalising about gevkos and not specifically referrin to gargs, that says some species, males bark as a sign to warn off other males, and sometimes they bark softly as a mating call to attract their mate.

in the morning when the gargs were viewed, there was no damage to any garg but there was a white substance on furnishings, and the same kinda stuff around one of the females vents...what could this be? i thought it could maybe be urate?? though i dunno its just a guess, anyones suggestions would be greatly received

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Old 25-09-2007, 11:18 PM
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Gargs are very aggressive by nature compared to the other rhacs so are often quite rough with each other... noises could be mating or fighting, but if there are on wounds and they are both eating/acting fine i'd say its normal. I dont own gargs but im going from threads like this...
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Old 25-09-2007, 11:22 PM
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art you must have read my mind! asked you to come look at this one on my other thread hehe

i know it sounds crazy but could the white stuff be seimen? i dunno if they produce it like that or what lol

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lol i didnt see that! lol i think the white stuff is probs just urate. if its getting stuck to her alot ive read it can be an indicator or poor health so keep an eye on it i reckon
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