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Steve I got 3 leucomelas at first and ended up with 1.2, and so did kyle. If you want to breed them the secret is a pair, and have lots of bromeliads. Until I seperated mine into just a pair I didn't have eggs, 5 days after I got a clutch of 1, then their next clutch had 5.
 

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Leucs will climb all over that tank. Some bromeliads do better in the ground than others, the problem is usually is the soil is waterlogged. I have a neo. compacta in my leuc tank that they love, and it is bloming in there, and it is doing good because it is not constantly soaked. They will climb up to the bromeliads on the cork.
 
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