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Re: Scared


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Posted by FroggieB on March 19, 2003 at 17:53:20:

In Reply to: Scared posted by AmaltheaAzrael on March 19, 2003 at 15:37:06:

What are you referring to as coconut husks? Are you using the chunks or the ground husk? I use the ground stuff and that is what they lay in. If you are using the chunk and she hasn't laid yet take a bag of peat moss and mix it with water till moist but not wet and then push away the chunks from the area she is digging in and fill it with 3-5" of the moist peat. She will probably choose to lay the eggs there as apposed to in the chunks.

You shouldn't have to worry about the other dragon. They don't threaten or intimidate each other when laying eggs so you shouldn't have any problems.

As for how do you tell; feel her tummy. If she is gravid and ready to lay you will see and feel hard lumps. The will be oval and about the size of the end of your pinky, maybe a bit smaller.

She should do fine and although you shouldn't worry, I know I always do! LOL ; )

Marcia


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