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Center for Biological Diversity An article published yesterday by the Center for Biological Diversity may be of some interest to our US members. It relates to the use of the pesticide
Duncan Hill
Aug 26, 2013
Re: Getting a hognose snake to eat mice Good call on the bufotoxins, Jura! Some things shouldn't go without saying, especially if they can ruin your day like that....hehe Tyler
Aug 22, 2013
Re: floating frog heath I have not been able to find a book on them. I did look. ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Karen J Gray
Aug 22, 2013
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Re: floating frog heath Occidozyga Lima, or closely related in this family. Several types are all found in the same general areas of SE Asia. Floating is their preferred method to
Karen J Gray
Aug 22, 2013
Re: floating frog heath What species?? Without a proper name it's hard to give you accurate info. Just like the guy with the monitor get a book. All frogs will float if put in 8'' of
Ron Helwig
Aug 21, 2013
Re: Savannah Monitor Amen Sent from my ASUS Pad ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Aug 20, 2013
floating frog heath I have been keeping some floating frogs for a few months now. They're not the most active guys, spending much time floating, hence the common reference, but
Aug 20, 2013
Re: Savannah Monitor Ditto, I saw he wasn't going to do what should be done so I wasn't going to say anything else but you are absolutely right. A baby of many different kinds
kim larson
Aug 20, 2013
Re: Savannah Monitor I'm agreeing with Edward here. Monitors do NOT belong in a 10 gallon aquarium, even as babies. At the very least, get a 40 gallon or larger and make a wood top
Amber Hallacy
Aug 20, 2013
Re: Savannah Monitor Just because the monitor is small doesn't mean it don't need a bigger enclosure you can't get temp gradient there is just no way to get that in a ten gallon
Aug 19, 2013
Re: Savannah Monitor Thank you fellows, ... I put a small lamp and the animal came out to take some heat... I'm so glad about that, now let see if he take the pinkie I put in front
Efrain Montanez
Aug 19, 2013
Re: Savannah Monitor Yes that is what I meant substrate sorry Sent from my iPhone ... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Aug 19, 2013
Re: Savannah Monitor I'd like to add, please get a book on Savannah Monitors. Do you have any idea how large this animal is going to get, if you finally care for it properly ? In
kim larson
Aug 19, 2013
Re: Savannah Monitor Savannah or Bosc monitors need to be able to burrow 70/30%soil/sand mix is the best substrate it will also need humidity at or above 80% ambient temperatures
Aug 18, 2013
Re: Savannah Monitor There's a VERY good chance that heat is what you need-no reptile will eat of they're cold. Using a heat lamp, outside of the tank of course, keep one side at
Aug 18, 2013
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Savannah Monitor Hello you-all... There's a long time I don't post until my las tragedy when I lost one of my turtles, but now I have another issue I want to share to get some
Aug 18, 2013
Re: Getting a hognose snake to eat mice It's possible to get them to eat mice, but, I doubt that toads really could (or should) be completely excluded from their diet. I used to collect some toads
T. James Alsgard
Aug 2, 2013
Re: Getting a hognose snake to eat mice I don't know how stubborn they may be about switching over, but I know that hognoses are readily kept in captivity. A common technique for switching
Aug 2, 2013
Getting a hognose snake to eat mice Hi!  I am a volunteer at a local Nature Center and they recently acquired an Eastern Hognose snake.  The previous owners fed her toads, a normal hognose
Aug 1, 2013
Hilton Pond 07/01/13 (L'il Snakes) At Hilton Pond Center we keep lists of all kinds of flora and fauna, but after three decades of observation it's unusual for us to come across a previously
Bill Hilton Jr. (RESEARCH)
Jul 16, 2013
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Jun 10, 2013
Re: New links posted Thanks. Will check them out. I've read tons of blogs and forums--but don't think I've read the first one yet. ...from cody's *smart* phone--please overlook
cody b. hughey
Jun 6, 2013
Re: New and have breeding questions The baby iguanas are cheap because no one breeds them in cages, they are all wild caught and shipped here. There is NO selling market for captive bred iguanas
Jun 5, 2013
Re: New links posted http://www.leopardgecko.com/leopard-gecko-care <--try this one. http://www.anapsid.org/leopardgek.html
Jun 5, 2013
Hi, I'm a new member Hello everybody! First, sorry for my poor English. I'm from Argentina and work in a natural reserve of flora and fauna. I would like to develop a serpentarium.
Juan Carlos Moreta
May 28, 2013
Re: New to group Hello we have a ball python, and a salvator (Asian water monitor) and we handle them every day in fact if i dont get Ryujin (monitor) out and let him sit in my
May 27, 2013
Memorial Day I want to say I hope everybody had a great Memorial Day, and to all that serve or have served if your with us or passed I want to thank you from the bottom
Electra Starr
May 27, 2013
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New to group I'm not new to the "HERP" community I have about 20 years experience, but deffinatly new to a group ! Have had house FULL in years past but at this time I only
Electra Starr
May 27, 2013
Re: New links posted Hi Duncan, What's your favorite site/forum for Leos? I'm new-ish to the reptile world but have learned a lot this year after losing one to a case of MBD.
cody b. hughey
May 13, 2013
New links posted In case anyone didn't receive a notification that some new links are posted on the group Links page, "S" has posted some useful stuff and I thought it was a
May 13, 2013
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