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 I NEED MUCH HELP! BLAH BLAH BLAH!

One of my grass lizards just laid some eggs and I donít exactly know how to take care of them. WTF do I do? thanks a lot for the help; if you donít help, then no thanks and youíre fat!



06/11/07  06:47pm

 #1314559


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  Message To: Doya doya   In reference to Message Id: 1314546


 I NEED MUCH HELP! BLAH BLAH BLAH!

i donít know how to take care of the eggs either. oh wait, i posted this!



06/11/07  06:54pm

 #1314569


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  Message To: Doya doya   In reference to Message Id: 1314559


 I NEED MUCH HELP! BLAH BLAH BLAH!

I like to respond to my own post........NOOOOOOOOOOOT! help would be much appreciated. me gusta!



06/11/07  07:00pm

 #1314582


Doya doya
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  Message To: Doya doya   In reference to Message Id: 1314569


 I NEED MUCH HELP! BLAH BLAH BLAH!

you have friends.......NOOOOOOOT! but really, how do you take care of these eggs?



06/11/07  07:08pm

 #1315645


Butterfly9
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  Message To: Doya doya   In reference to Message Id: 1314582


 I NEED MUCH HELP! BLAH BLAH BLAH!

Patience is a good thing. Not too many people are on this forum. If you Google there scientific (takydromus sexlineatus) name you get more results for them.

For the eggs they need to be at around 80 - 85% humidity and around 82 Degrees. They will take around 6 to 8 weeks to hatch.



06/12/07  02:08pm

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Doya doya
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  Message To: Butterfly9   In reference to Message Id: 1315645


 I NEED MUCH HELP! BLAH BLAH BLAH!

thank you butterfly. iíll try to be more patient



06/12/07  05:53pm


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