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Re: Mites, What do you use to kill them?


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Posted by zach_whitman on March 09, 2003 at 13:57:36:

In Reply to: Re: Mites, What do you use to kill them? posted by arta on March 05, 2003 at 10:27:41:

The geckos should be fine with preven a mite. Be careful with animals like chameleons that require spraying water. If you spray the cage with Provent a mite and then spray water on it for the lizard to drink the lizard could injest the poison.

:How safe is the provent a mite for animals such as knobtail geckos and chameleons? I took on the task of watching some bearded dragons and found mites on them. They are in a seperate room but they will probably find their way to the other animals. I do was my hands after working with them and work with them after everyone else is taken care of.
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