Hi Nick and Carrie, I dont know if you guys come on here anymore it doesnt look like it with your last log in being back in March. Just wanted to check in and say I hope everything is well with you both. x
Hi Lee, well there are a multitude of different morphs and suggesting someting could take a while!! We can recommend the Morph list on Captive Bred Reptile Forums which lists and shows photos of most of the most popular morphs and how they are produced. In the end it's all down to personal taste - probably one of the best morphs to produce at a reasonable cost is the Bumble Bee which is produced when crossing a Pastel with a Spider.
Hi Judy, good to hear she is settling in well We keep our mealworms in the fridge until the day before we intend feeding them. Then we take them out, keep them in an open container (a closed or sealed one will generate moisture which makes them smell!), feed them before feeding them to the Leo's the next day. We then dust them every second or third feed.
Not sure about the noises, might just be their normal night-time activity - they are most active during the night. If you want to observe them at night a red light bulb in your room will help you see them but not register with the Leo's. Hope this helps - regards, Nick & Carrie
hi ya. i saw you at the maidstone show, i bought an 09 normal leo from you for my son. she is great, settled in well and eating like a pig! also tryed her on some crickets and she loves them. she is getting used to being handled but a night she makes noise's. not all the time. any idea why?
also whats the best way to keep mealsworms? mine stink!!
Hi mbluestar, we live in Lichfield so Leicester isn't too far, in fact I'm coming over to Leicester sometime this week to pick something up so could arrange to deliver! Which female are you interested in?