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Posted by thefiradragon on May 10, 2003 at 14:19:53:
In Reply to: gravid gex help posted by geckoman2003 on May 09, 2003 at 23:00:11:
:Try the "T-REX" leopard gecko vitamin. Mine seem to eat more since I started to use it. My female albino was having the same problem, but she seems to have come out of it.
::they wont eat pinkys, and theyre not to happy about eating supers, the male has been away from them sencetheir first mating, but they keep laying eggs. i do gut load their prey, what else s there for me to do?
:::What I would do is feed them super worms and pinkies. Also take them away from the male until they fatten up. It is better to not get eggs and have them for another day. Then to keep them breeding and take a chance of loosing them. This is all relative to how much wait they have dropped. Do you gut load their prey before you feed it to them? If not start doing this.
::::i have 3 gravid females, 2 o them are getting too thin in my opinion (and i bet in many other opinions as well)
::::so i guess my q is what to feed them to help keep them at their weight or to help make them fatter, also one of them isnt eating so should i start dripping some ensure on her nose to make sure shes getting some nutrients?