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  1. Beardy Boy
    11-01-2011 10:13 AM - permalink
    Beardy Boy
    It turns out you sold us a male and female because went in the vivarium yesterday and a batch of 20 eggs were in there :/ lol just need to get a incubator now lol cheers Jay
  2. Bigdanthebeardieman
    06-05-2010 10:03 PM - permalink
    ive just read somewhere that it takes 45 days for the eggs to hatch, i have only had them a few days over a month so giving it another 2 weeks before i get worried! lol
  3. Bigdanthebeardieman
    23-04-2010 05:53 PM - permalink
    no sign of any nymphs. im going to re-read your blog on the temps etc and play around with it.
  4. Bigdanthebeardieman
    22-04-2010 01:43 PM - permalink
    hi mate its dan again! was just wondering if im doing something wrong with my roaches cos i see ALOT of egg sacks but no babies? is there a possible reason for this such as temp and humidity?
    28-03-2010 01:27 AM - permalink
    Jimmys lake in essex
  6. Bigdanthebeardieman
    08-03-2010 10:01 AM - permalink
    im pretty busy over the next few weeks. i'll text you in a week or so to arrange date and time. hope thats ok.
  7. Bigdanthebeardieman
    03-03-2010 10:13 AM - permalink
    Hello mate its Dan (bought two beardies off you on monday), I have convinced the missus to let me breed turkistan roaches. im going to get a tub today and find some egg boxes from somewhere. i have a couple of questions. what substrate do you use? what to feed them and how often? how long does it take to get from 500 to the amount you have? would i be able to buy off you ? icant seem to find anywhere local or online selling them at the moment.

    The beardies are doing great both eating lots and seem very happy, i have named them kiwi and daisy.

    Thanks again.
  8. StumpyFingers
    27-02-2010 05:16 PM - permalink
    I have posted a couple of pictures of Stumpy ( who came from the Shop)
    and Huff&Puff ( which I got from you.)
  9. Nottingham Dragons
    13-02-2010 01:52 AM - permalink
    Nottingham Dragons
    Hi buddy. No mate i am not feeding from them at all. They are doing great and i have loads now. More than double what i got off you at least. You just have to put them in a box, feed them and forget about them. Cheers
  10. reddevil09
    10-02-2010 10:53 PM - permalink
    there fine m8 going strong, lol, thanx again

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Posted 28-11-2009 at 05:14 AM Comments 9
Turkistan Roach
Blatta lateralis
The Red Runner

Size and Colour
The Turkistan Roach is a medium sized roach with adults being around 25-35mm in length and nymphs are usually only a few mm when they hatch. The Turkistan Roach is quite a deep red colour in appearance, they cant climb smooth surfaces or fly(males can glide) and are quite fast moving which attracts the attention of many reptiles. They do not bare live young, they lay egg sacks which means they

Posted 07-10-2009 at 12:30 PM Comments 0
Breeding Bearded Dragons
  1. First of all, you will need two bearded dragons, a male and a female. The dragons must be un-related. They can be sexually mature from 8 months old. So should be kept in separate vivariums. It is not advisable to breed the female until she is at least 1 and a half years old and up to a decent breeding weight. Both dragons should be healthy and have a vets check before being introduced together. So a 3 month quarantine period may be required and is advised.
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Posted 31-08-2009 at 12:54 PM Comments 8
Bearded Dragon care by Dynamos Dragons

After care

Stress - Beardies can stress easily, just adding something new to their viv can upset them and put them off there food. With that in mind when you get your new baby beardie home put it straight into its new home and let it settle in. It can take up to a week for it settle however some settle easily and quickly.
Food - Have some grated or finely chopped veg, (i.e., spring greens, rocket,...
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just wondering how oftern...
Posted 29-10-2010 at 09:26 AM by candyazz candyazz is offline
good info thanks
Posted 16-06-2010 at 05:10 PM by kayleigh5188 kayleigh5188 is offline
i think ill copy your...
Posted 31-03-2010 at 10:08 PM by Bigdanthebeardieman Bigdanthebeardieman is offline
Hey Dan, Mine have been...
Posted 30-03-2010 at 10:58 AM by Dynamos Dragons Dynamos Dragons is offline
hi mate, i received...
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