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Posted by veronicag on May 08, 2003 at 15:55:06:
In Reply to: BD in Burmation posted by anakin_lestat on May 08, 2003 at 13:32:49:
She could be brumating.... I saw your photos of the new design of your cage setup. Looks really nice. How long ago did this change take place? The reason I ask is that your beardie could be a little stressed from a change of environment. Has she been tested for parasites. They can make a beardie not eat and sleep a lot. Also, I couldn't tell from your photos ... but I didn't see any source of UVB. Not trying to be the beardie police, just curious. =D I rescue beardies and it's just a habbit of mine. Always checking other's setups.
Ok, if she is brumating, what are the cage temps (basking side & cool side) during the day and night. How many hours do her lights stay on for?
I'll try to help you the best I can. Just need a little more info first. =D
:Is is normal for my BD to be in Burmation (may be spelled wrong) at this time, for Los Angeles, CA. She just sleeps all day, doesn't eat or drink. Won't eat pellets, superworms, crickets (had to give the crickets to the peacocks), or greens. She is 9-11 months old and about 17". Oh yeah, I think it's a her, got her as a gift. Was considering trading her in for 2 female juves that I know birthdates of and am sure about the sex.
:She stays under the ramp looking part of the cage, if I bother her she opens her eyes, and if I move her, she ends up back at her burmating sport