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  1. woody7542
    04-02-2012 11:52 AM - permalink
    yes shes got 1 or 2 now lol
  2. pigglywiggly
    04-02-2012 10:47 AM - permalink
    i didnt know you were kellys uncle, i might be responsible for a few of her guinea pigs, lol.
  3. woody7542
    22-01-2012 06:31 PM - permalink
    She has got around two weeks left and true don't. want her being upset yet as I could loose her.. i got her off Lilly exotics but they have some quality stock. She may of scratched herself , will keep a good eye on her .. thx for replying.
  4. MuJi
    22-01-2012 06:11 PM - permalink
    Hi mate,
    Has she started digging? She may well have scratched it and it's bruised. Can you get a clearer picture? It's difficult to see exactly whats going on.
    How far off from laying is she? I would leave her alone 'till she's layed. Disturbing her in her later stages of egg production can cause problems.
    Where did you get her from? Could it be something they could shed any light on? Maybe a previous injury? Have you contacted the shop/breeder?
  5. collaredlizard
    19-08-2011 09:37 PM - permalink
    hi i got my tri hognose near the end really happy with her and my wife got a little yemon and a couple of crestied geckos and a gargoyle gecko and some poison dart frogs wasnt as good as last year though
  6. collaredlizard
    18-08-2011 09:43 PM - permalink
    hi m8 yes im the right one how you doing
  7. xXsmashXx
    13-05-2011 10:45 PM - permalink
    hes up for £80 i will no way sell him for 20...
  8. MangieB
    04-11-2010 03:21 PM - permalink
    1 incubator set up crashed mid way, so had to combine both clutches. first hatched no probs, but i turned it up a bit for next lot, once first done, I think they started to hatch too soon and didnt all make it out of eggs, unfortunately lost quite a few as eggs were collapsing before they made it out completely! so keep lower temps and keep them steady, well my book says between 68 - 74, so about 21 - 23'c i think....better to be slower. 1st clutch hatched good big strong babies over about 2 - 3 week period, although sometimes can all hatch over couple days. second clutch seem much smaller, but maybe just coz others so much bigger now!

    Still at learning stage i'm afraid.....stick to the basics and the rest is trial and error...with nature I believe nothing is purely text book !

    All the best though - keen to keep up to date on your progress though!

  9. MangieB
    04-11-2010 03:18 PM - permalink

    Is this your first clutch?
    To be honest, I just kinda left mine to it, checking in now and then to allow air to circulate and remove excess condensation from the lid, so it didnt drop on eggs and 'suffocate' them as people put it! Mine took 7 months to hatch and the next clutch took 4 months, my friends always took 4 months but I know they take up to about 9 or so.
  10. kingpin26
    18-02-2010 10:08 PM - permalink
    hi leeds

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