U.sikorae

ataraxia

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picked up a m/f mossy leaf tail today at the reptile show. as usual they are in pretty bad shape. the female looks to be preg. and the male is skinnier but better off than the female. we will see how the next few days go :)
 

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Sweetcorn

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Good luck with these and hope you manage to get them back to full health. They are such beautiful animals.
 

ataraxia

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thanks! they dont really look any better to me yet...on the other hand today when i was giving them some "super special juice" they are startin to fight back!!:D
 

ataraxia

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they do blend in well! well bad news on the male. he didnt make it :( hopefully the female will keep fightin!!
 

Cainschams

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they do blend in well! well bad news on the male. he didnt make it :( hopefully the female will keep fightin!!
Not sure if Luis has anything available but you can always check. I know he has crazy success with the Uros though!! He is always posting of hatchlings or females laying eggs of various species on FB. Always good to get CB when possible:)

http://www.trherp.com/
 

luevelvet

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Not sure if Luis has anything available but you can always check. I know he has crazy success with the Uros though!! He is always posting of hatchlings or females laying eggs of various species on FB. Always good to get CB when possible:)

http://www.trherp.com/
Thanks for the plug Jared!

I'm sorry to say that this isn't an uncommon story these days. Much like with chameleons, WC Uroplatus can require a tremendous amount of work during acclimation, sometimes taking months. Having acclimated over 150 WC Uroplatus thus far, I have a lot to say about the WC Uroplatus trade, however, as with most any other reptile species, procuring CB animals saves a great deal of heartache in the long run. :)

Luis
 
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