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Posted by Emanuele Biggi on April 04, 2002 at 15:36:25:
Hi all! Anyone knows some useful trick to breed Litoria caerulea? I'm trying to breed my five white's (two males ad three females), they are calling now, after a winter dry hybernation at about 16 °C and 8 hours of light a day. Now the photoperiod is about 13 hours, higer humidity and lot of food and 27 °C (day)-22 °C (night). Which kind of food you would recommend to "load" the females to get them lay eggs? I'm following also the experiences of P.de Vosjoli and Marcus D. Billings (anyone have his mail??). My animals eat cricket, wax worms, meal worms, Zophobas, pinkie mouses once a week (just in this period!), grasshoppers, dusted every other day with vitamin supplements (Jump start and Necton Rep). If there's something else i can do, please tell me it!
I'm going to introduce the animals in the rain chamber the next week, but i would be sure that the females have eggs to lay...
Thanks for all...
Regards from Italy!
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