rudis lay live babies!!!!

This is just what i did.

Temps were good just below the 20C mark (sorry C temps im canadain haha). We had a heat wave here during one clutch i managed to keep them below 25C but i lost a few. I keep them in tanks screen lids, no extra heat for the first few months, fruit Flies (heidi), and babie roaches, pin crix were there main food untill they got big enough to eat other things. I have heard small pheonix worms are great for small chams although never tryed it myself. there tanks had paper towel bottoms a few small plants and lots of sticks. Iv had very few issues with rudis asside from to high temps. I supplemented once a week.
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