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Posted by Yasser on April 12, 2003 at 13:29:41:

In Reply to: Re: We've got a gravid Sonoran Lyre and... posted by gila7150 on April 12, 2003 at 07:55:16:

Thanks for the details on the eggs you hatched. I have been waiting to finally get a shot at hatching some of these buggers for several years now. I introduced a pair that I have and never really saw anything I would call breeding activity but hey, she's gravid and won't eat so something's coming. I just hope they're fertile. Do you know how many days it took yours to lay after her prelay shed? We are on day 6 I believe.
The neat thing is the female is a neat silver-blue color with no tan marking...pretty much axanthic like a corn snake would look. Did you get to try to feed the babies or did you send them off before then? I think I need to try and track down a few banded geckos or Sceloporous. I am sure scenting will be a neccesary part of the process.
Any other input you have is greatly appreciated.
Thanks!
And thanks to C.H.2 for the other help. I will bug Terry about what he knows.
-Yasser


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