Hey, haven't been to forums for quite a while, but always remember the help you've been to me. Hope all is well with you and your critters! I have lots of meal worms now but only a few pupae. This time of yr do they all but stop pupating? Also, just got my first shipment of dubias and at least one of my leos loves the crap out of them. Do you have any experience with them? Thanks so much for your help. Ken Please respond to [email protected]
cute puppy, I have a few four legged furries too. I am finding that I like my geckos better though. Crazy to think that it took so long to find a reptile that I really love and then the passion for furries lessened. The biggest question I have right now is how worried should I be about my female Mack snow. . . she has lost a lot of weight and is continuing to lay eggs. She has not been with a male for nearly 8 weeks now but she is gravid again. What can I do to protect her from illness from lossing too much body mass? We have recently gone to feeding her meal worms and put extra calcium and vitamins in a dish for her. This seems to be helping a little but I wondered if there was anything else that I could do for her.
How long have you been breeding geckos? This is my first year and I have had a couple of surprises. First one was that my older female laid several times. I was unaware that they would just keep breeding. I had to separate them immediately because my Eye Bee was looking horrible. The next surprise happened last night when I went to feed. . . I have had the girls separated from Tanger for about 4 and 6 weeks, but we had viable eggs. I was excited and dumbfounded.
Can you give me any info on this phenomenon? Any and all advice is greatly appreciated.
Thanks so much
Hey Heather, got the mealy colony going good but no babies yet, I thinks it's been almost 2 months I got a bunches of beetles and I've just sifted them and kept everything in another bin. Should I be able to see the eggs if there are any? When they hatch how small are they?