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Re: Average length of leachianus cycling? more


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Posted by Dave A. on September 29, 2002 at 06:45:37:

In Reply to: Average length of leachianus cycling? more posted by Guy on September 29, 2002 at 05:39:47:

i dont know the answer to your question but i have a suggestion for keeping the crickets from the eggs. You could use a feeding bowl. One of the small "turtle" bowls most places sell, lipped inwards and you could line the bottom with maybe pillow moss or something. Your leachies would eventually come across them, or you could place them on the edge of the bowl. This will keep the crickets away from the eggs, unless your leachies lay in the bowl for some reason...


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