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Posted by nocturnal36 on April 26, 2003 at 17:45:31:
In Reply to: oooohhhh crap...... posted by groundgeckofreak on April 26, 2003 at 17:35:31:
Really? Well...the reason i assumed it was impacted, was because a long time ago, some other person was in the same situation i was in, and The Arizona Gecko Co. answered with this post:
May 25, 2001
"It sounds like a case of impaction...i have observed some of our gravid petrii eating abnormal amounts of sand due to lack of calcium.Even if you are giving them calcium they need more..hard shell egg layers require much more calcium than soft eggs layers...she was most likely looking for more calcium..."
-just incase it is, i already put down paper towel in a containor, with a piece of cork, A calcium dish, a water dish, and a dish of sand incase it lays its eggs in it...