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Posted by attentiveear on April 25, 2003 at 11:39:20:
In Reply to: Hey there Greg posted by Rollin on April 25, 2003 at 10:52:00:
Same here regarding the marble tiles. They do work well for basking sites. I am using the same. Currently we have the cypress mulch and it's working okay, though we are always looking for something cleaner/better and especially less dusty if it happens to get too arid. We do mist thier cage every day though. Did you get the moss at a local garden supply center?
I here you about sexing these guys. We have 4 now (2 arg reds & 2 paraguayan reds ,or so they look LOL) We know for sure the paraguayans are a 1.1 pair. The reds are suppose to be as well and are identical! I've checked like crazy to verify spurs on the supposedly male and no luck yet (they're both 2+'). If fact I've checked so much I think it wants to get intimate! LOL My gut tells me they are both females, but......... A vet may be in store to probe them........
Thanks and take care! I'll get new pics up this weekend of the 4 and others can differentiate between the argentine red and paraguayans. The arg are more true reds ,versus a brownish-red of the paraguayans. They are all like puppies though and quite tame.......and spoiled! LOL
:It's going good, my only concern is that I think I saw a hemipene when Jazz was pooping twice now. Wouldn't you know it right after I started calling him a she, now I'm not for sure what Jazz is. They've got free access to the living room when I'm here because they can just walk in and out of their cage when I leave their door open. For the basking sites I put some marble tiles down because they heat up really good under a light. I use that brown sphagnum peat moss in the cage because Taz started eating the cypress mulch, that can't be good for him er her : p