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Old 01-08-2016, 12:46 PM
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So I acquired a pair of these guys around March/April last year, I had a big terrarium that got a lot of air flow so i was hoping that they would do well...in a terrarium...and kept together as a pair. Well so far other than a lot of aggression by the female while she was pregnant they have gotten along really well. Once pregnant, and wow did she get big fast, the female turned dark and would hiss and snap at the male anytime he was close. They seemed to be getting along fine for the last couple few weeks and she finally dropped 5 healthy babies beginning of this week, at about 1" long they are so cool. Here is a the male

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I will get a couple pics of the babies up this weekend.

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Almost 2 weeks old

taken a couple of days after they were born

and another picture of the male (sorry it would not rotate)

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Old 01-17-2016, 04:48 AM
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Very cool Mark, those neonates are really tiny.
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Old 01-24-2016, 01:21 PM
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18 days old, the litter looks like 3.2 but a few more weeks should tell.
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Congrats Mark! How do they compare to Hoehnelii? I really enjoyed them.

I have a pair of R. Accuminatus coming in shortly so the house is filling up again. Looking at mid year for a pair of Parsonii, the C. O'shaughnessy were rather difficult to acclimate and took every bit of my 20 years of Cham work to level them out. Keep in touch as the little ones progress..
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These are the first I have kept so I can't tell you how they compare to any others (though I did try Brookesia 2 or 3 times in Ohio, all failures). I have been considering R. Accuminatus myself, that or some caepet or the jewelled carpets, all so cool and all I believe better terrarium candidates than larger species.
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Carpets are going to be our next big acquisition, beautiful tiny little chams. And yeah, they are pretty good vivarium candidates. Apparently very good breeders too.
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I kept a rather large group of Lateralis 3.6 and enjoyed them very much. Im not sure i would keep them in a Viv, they were very simular in husbandry to Pardalis more then lets say Jacksonii, they enjoyed basking as well as freedom of movement. Hoehnelli, Brookesia, Thamnobates do thrive in vented glass Vivs.
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Thanks for the input Coop, I love Brookesia....just waiting for the Grail to show up in that species...
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They look absolutely amazing!
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6 weeks old
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At 3 months, unfortunately my female injured my male and he died, definite need to separate the sexes here after mating..

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Truly sorry to hear about the male Mark, i have since added a 3.2 group of Uroplatus Fimbriatus but think im going to end up only keeping a pair, absolutely amazing creatures!
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You can go ahead and send a few of those down here

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Truly sorry to hear about the male Mark, i have since added a 3.2 group of Uroplatus Fimbriatus but think im going to end up only keeping a pair, absolutely amazing creatures!
Bummer to hear about the male Mark. At least you've got a few kids around to grow up.
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You can go ahead and send a few of those down here



Bummer to hear about the male Mark. At least you've got a few kids around to grow up.
Seriously, after i get them all treated i will end up selling a pair so pm me. Jumped a bit too fast when they came in lol.
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