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 #2275263


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 Some ackie questions

So I just have a few questions for my ackies
1. What are some plants I can put it there? One of mine loves to climb all over so preferably one he can climb up.
2. What are treats I can give them occasionally? All I fee them now it dubia nymphs dipped in egg yolks.
3. One of mine is always trying to escape and the other just lays under his water dish or basking rock, is he sick?
4. How big should they be at around 2 months old? Mine are probably around 6".
I think that’s it, if I have anymore I’ll post em.



08/02/12  12:06am

 #2275321


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  Message To: WyoHunter   In reference to Message Id: 2275263


 Some ackie questions

Pothos are good plants for ground cover. Any house plant should work for a little while ex: little palm trees.



08/02/12  01:00pm

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  Message To: WyoHunter   In reference to Message Id: 2275263


 Some ackie questions

I wouldn’t worry to much about treats.....just make sure they eat a lot, and the temps in your setup are right. It’s probably under the water bowl because you don’t have proper cover for the guy...how deep is your soil??


I’ve never heard of dipping feeders in egg, can I ask where you heard about that?


How much and how often do they feed? What are the temps in your setup?



08/03/12  05:28am

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  Message To: Azeppelinfan   In reference to Message Id: 2275472


 Some ackie questions

The soil is about 5" deep. And I heard about the eggs from a guy on here. They won’t eat unless the snell the egg of the roaches. I feed them whenever they will eat. And the basking spot is 127 on the edge and goes to 140 in the middle. The temps and humidity stay good thru out the cage.



08/04/12  02:14pm


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