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I have been using this for years. It doesn't get soupy and works better then the medium you buy. I put this in a zip lock bag and add the liquid when I need some. Works great and stays forever. I got this this from someone on the forums; wish I could give them credit but I don't have the name...
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I keep my pygs (bearded) in a terrarium. I have 2 aquariums with adults, 1 male and 2 females, and 3 regular nano terrariums where I keep hatchlings. At 2 months they are still pretty small and should definately NOT be handled. In fact, pygs shouldn't be handled at all unless absolutely...
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These are some pics of my ladies in the various stages of fertility. Perhaps it will help you decide if your lady is ready.
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No I would say those orange cubes are not sufficient. Here's some links on gutloading: http://chameleonnews.com/?page=article&id=101 http://www.screameleons.com/site/3602/default.aspx http://www.chameleonforums.com/gutloading-tips-new-owner-15262/...
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Summoner12 posted this marvelous DIY misting system. You don't even have to be very handy to make one. http://www.chameleonforums.com/diy-hd-auto-mister-18660/
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http://skylab.org/~chugga/cricket/ This is the best site that I have found online. It has many pictures and specific instructions.
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http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b271/cornflakep3/Chameleon%20Pics/Cage%20Setup/IMG_9379.jpg http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b271/cornflakep3/Chameleon%20Pics/Cage%20Setup/IMG_9381.jpg http://www.chameleonforums.com/my-enclosure-19933/#post169360
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There are some good places online to search out, try Google. That's how I found out how to do it. Anyway, here are some directions. Get some nice plump worms at the pet store. Put them in some oatmeal (raw please) with a chunk of potato. Let them eat and poop for at least two weeks. Get...
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The cultures themselves don't really go bad. It's the media that either gets used up, dries up, or gets moldy. To start a new culture you just mix up some new media (purchased or home recipe), put an inch or two in a new container (or cleaned container), add a sprinkle of activated yeast...
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