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PostSubject: Haodgenes paucidens   11/18/2015, 4:52 pm

Another one you dont see successful broods of much. I bought 6 2i specimen and two gravid females around June 2015. Females were quite fat and responded well to the heat lamps, sunning themselves and had a more noticable feeding response in aggression and in quantity consumed.

* Brood status: Successful
* Instar of the male/female pair: 8i???
* Steps taken to mate the pair: WC gravid females
* Environmental conditions for the gravid female: 50-75% coco, 25-50% sand, shoeboxes with horizontal and vertical ventillation, much more than caresheets tell you to do to retain moisture and humidity.
* Gestation period: 3-4 months
* Number of young born: 30/20+
* Number of young eaten by mom: 0
* Number of young surviving to 2.instar: 30/20+ (the 20+ are still on mom #2)





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PostSubject: Re: Haodgenes paucidens   12/12/2015, 8:51 pm

I believe my olive keeled flat rock (OKFR) is going to give birth soon

* Environmental conditions for the gravid female: 50-75% coco, 25-50% sand, shoeboxes with horizontal and vertical ventillation, much more than caresheets tell you to do to retain moisture and humidity.

So on account of humidity, you say that for the pregnant OKFR, I should have more humidity than the care sheets generally recommend?

The humidity in my tank is at 40% currently
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PostSubject: Re: Haodgenes paucidens   12/12/2015, 8:55 pm

I merely am recounting how I kept them. It's very possible for them to give birth in 40%. This is just what had worked for me Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Haodgenes paucidens   12/12/2015, 9:25 pm

thegromgrom wrote:
I merely am recounting how I kept them. It's very possible for them to give birth in 40%. This is just what had worked for me Smile
Yeah man but what I was asking is what humidity did you have yours at roughly? You seemed to do pretty well since all reached 2i you must have done something right Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Haodgenes paucidens   12/12/2015, 9:37 pm

Lucifaust wrote:
thegromgrom wrote:
I merely am recounting how I kept them. It's very possible for them to give birth in 40%. This is just what had worked for me Smile
Yeah man but what I was asking is what humidity did you have yours at roughly? You seemed to do pretty well since all reached 2i you must have done something right Wink


I mean, without an electronic hygrometer, I cant accurately say, just that it wasnt 40%, more likely 60-80%.
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PostSubject: Re: Haodgenes paucidens   12/12/2015, 11:58 pm

Alright, thanks Grom
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