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Posted by compasscreek on April 21, 2003 at 19:49:02:
ok i am new to this. i will be getting a blue phase nosey be' panther mid to late may(i can't wait!!). in all my reading here on this board and in the book i have, "care and breeding of chameleons" the word "gravid" is used. what exactly does gravid mean? does it mean the in this case the chameleon is in heat or pregnant?