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Re: Crested Quesions


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Posted by Silly-atus fan on December 01, 2002 at 11:10:57:

In Reply to: Crested Quesions posted by jagstoy on November 28, 2002 at 19:23:10:

When I'm getting hatchlings to eat fruit, I use a tiny spoon to feed it to them. If you can get some of the ice cream taste tester spoons, they're great for that. Another possibility is one of the doll feeding spoons in toy coffee sets. Ask Santa to bring you some, get your family wondering about your second childhood :))

For substrate, I use either paper towel, a THIN layer of peatmoss or nothing. In Critter Keepers for hatchlings, I prefer a bare floor, once I see poop, I know they're eating, and there's no way the crickets (and fruit flies) can hide.





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