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    My flapneck used to eat her shed quite often - never effected her digestion- your little guy is very handsome - good luck with him-
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    Jungle Dawn® LED Spot for Lush Plant Growth!

    Would these work in a dome with a dimmer ?
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    Mistking, Aquazamp replacement tips

    Great tip- I also found what I think is them on Amazon with your tip - you got 1GPH and they work? I've picked up a couple of spare nozzles with my silk worms from coastal but I really need to replace them all - I have very hard water.
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    Starting back up

    If your looking for the best cage - Dragonstrand - a Reptibreeze cage is fine, but the ease of set up for a Dragonstrand makes it better. You'll also want dual or quad tube lights from "Light Your Reptiles" (Arcadia lighting lasts a year instead of 6 months, you can just get bulbs from them...
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    Humidity Help ASAP!

    A pump mister that you can get in a garden center works better at bringing up humidity than a spray bottle - a mistking would be better yet, but a pump mister is about 10 to 20 dollars -they both have a finer mist which lets you spray longer with better results - don't try to save money by...
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    Humidity Help ASAP!

    Veiled don't need it as humid as a say a Jackson. . A live plant or two should bring it up some.
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    Humidity Help ASAP!

    What kind of chameleon do you have ? And how are you measuring the humidity? How low is "really low" - and how long does it take after spraying does it take before it goes back to "really low" I've used this small humidifier...
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    Dehydrated Baby Veiled???

    You could also try a dripper - Also if your using a spray bottle to spray try getting the kind you have to pump up - they're only around 10 bucks at Lowes or Home Depot- and it's a finer mist.
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    New hatchling

    He's really cute even if he's a she - And the fact that he's eating and drinking sounds real good to me ... I don't know too much about babies but it sounds like your doing fine ..
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    My new Fischers

    She's so pretty
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    Babies hatching...

    Congratulations - there's nothing like a flapneck stinkeye ...
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    Surprise Babies!

    This helped me
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    Awesome Photo!!!

    He's really nice looking - i like it
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    Ethel is still being shy... they had a bit of a drive yesterday and I've been trying to give them some time to settle in.
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    Help pls (Chameleon)

    How old is he/she and what kind ?- When they are little they need to eat more than they do as they get older - if you feed it morning make that the bigger meal and a little snack a couple of hours before lights off - as they get older you cut out the snack-
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    I'm ready!?

    I don't see a timer - I would pick up a couple of cheaper "daylight" bulbs in different wattages and skip the Zoo med 60w basking bulb - that way you can dial in what he likes. I've never seen a dimmable clamp lamp - I'm going to have to look for one today - I need to get a couple of new...
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    some nice pictures....

    Your pictures are always wonderful - the Furcifer campani looks a little chubby- is she gravid ?
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    best way to hang plants?

    The best way It's not the cheapest way - but I really like the way they work-
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    Surprise, we've got babies!

    They are cute! With Sherley I used one of the little disposable salad dressing cups with a velcro button on it - with the other side on a bottle cap - it was easy to move around - I didn't think of her getting her tongue stuck on it though.
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    Surprise, we've got babies!

    I had a baby jackson and for her I put a piece of fruit in with the fruit flies where they were easier for her to catch them - it worked for me. That and a fly eating plant near the cage. Sherley is still around (the plant didn't make it) Good luck with them-
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