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Posted by yrureefing on October 28, 2002 at 21:06:39:

In Reply to: Re: Cool! I'm the first post! posted by MichelleB on October 28, 2002 at 08:10:44:

I am not sure what the percentage is. you should still give greens though. this is what I have read on several sites though.

:Good to know. What kind of ratio? I had been giving her more leaves based on RES care, maybe I should ease back to more meat based products? (Pellets, fish, etc..)

:She is about 3 years old, I think, and about 3-4 inches front to back. I'd have to measure her to be sure, I am guessing... But does she seem to small for her age? She eats well, has good water & basking temps. She seems happy, but I am curious if she may be small...

:Thanks!

::The only thing I can think of bis that painteds are more carnivorous than res as adults.

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