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Incubating, Seperating, and Gravid?


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Posted by chris allen on May 05, 2003 at 19:08:22:

In Reply to: Incubating, Seperating, and Gravid? posted by Beardiekid14 on May 05, 2003 at 16:10:39:

Go and read some different care sheets. If you dont already have beardies read as many as possible, you will find most of all the info you will need by reading. If you already have dragons that are gravid and laying eggs, you should know all of these questions by doing the research first............but
females will appear to be lumpy when getting close to laying eggs, often going off feed right before laying. You should seperate males from females once they get to the 10" mark I would say, maybe a bit bigger or smaller its really your preference and what works for your dragons. You keep eggs moist by keeping them in vermiculite which holds moisture which is then in a container which is in an incubator that is warm and moist. Chris




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