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Posted by GEM on March 30, 2003 at 13:33:34:
In Reply to: That would be great... posted by johne on March 30, 2003 at 12:41:48:
Thanks John You guys will probably hear more from me as I continue with my pair. Have to get a better camera to get some pics up. Not sure what my girl is and think my guy is an aquaflame. But once I get a good camera we'll go from there.Our lizards come from Ont. PQ. or the States and we never know what kind of shape they're going to be in or if we can really believe what they tell us. All I know is that mine are doing well and thriving.
:Sometimes, people will try to cash in by catching several gravid females from the wild and then collecting the eggs. This should only be termed "captive hatched" rather than captive bred. The lizard hatchlings should have no problems adjusting. Glad to hear you have a petshop with enough "know-how" to get a wild caught lizard up and running again :P
:Feeder insects are very easy to get going, and you should have no problems with them. Do a search, and you can find several helpful hints are raising your own worms and crickets.
:Best of luck to you,