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Update: Female laying without beening with a male. *MIKE*


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Posted by mikecoscia on May 07, 2003 at 10:57:44:

In Reply to: Update: Female laying without beening with a male. *MIKE* posted by Gecko2525 on May 07, 2003 at 10:18:42:

Liz,
Calcium carbonate is a porous rock. I would not give it to your geckos it is more of a substrate for desert species. It has to be milled into a powder to be of any use for supplementation (for reptiles anyway). It could also cause impaction. Bone meal is a human calcium supplement and you should be able to find it at any vitamin store. Cuttle bone comes a type of squid. It is a calcium source (and beak trimmer) for birds. Any pet store has it; just crush it up (easily done) into a powder. Your very welcome and I wish you the best of luck =).
-Mike





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