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Posted by wwwwwells on April 03, 2003 at 11:53:24:
In Reply to: Curley Sue... sad news... posted by KITKAT on April 02, 2003 at 21:50:09:
:Hi everyone! I am out of brumation now, and back on the forum.
:Unfortunately, Curley Sue came out of brumation, never really got her orange bars, but had apparently bred with Tex, and ended up egg-bound.
:The short of it is, I lost her. She was only two... not sure if I could have done anything differently... we tried soaking her, etc, and she just got weaker very fast.
:Now Tex is a lonely fellow. :(
:But on a better note, my dickersonae, "Ziggy" and "Topaz" are doing well. Lately, they have dined on waxworms. Afterwards, Ziggy looked very fat and satisfied!
Sorry to hear the news. I too lost a female this wee from the same reason. She was a C. bicinctores female that was alittle thin coming out of brumation and became gravid right away without having time to fatten up. She laid 2 eggs but couldn't lay the rest.