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    How is your girl doing? Since I moved mine into a more humid environment she has grown 6 grams. I think I am going to weigh her tomorrow.
    It's a popcorn season!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leif View Post
    How is your girl doing? Since I moved mine into a more humid environment she has grown 6 grams. I think I am going to weigh her tomorrow.
    Be careful with the humid enviornment, Ive backed mine off and they are not as humid because I was having the bacteria issue on the geckos feet. Mine are in very tight enclosures and I now mist maybe once a week but of course they all have a water bowl.

    She is 53 grams and still no insects!

    Here are some recent but terrible pictures! (Still trying to get my camera down)







    As you can tell shes in her lightened mode
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    Here is my breakdown:

    Medium Kritter Keeper from february to somewhere around 7/20. I believe she was 14g when I got her. Not sure.

    6/20/08 20g
    7/16/08 22g

    After we talked, compared, etc I moved her into a Tom's critter keeper since I never used it because of it's high humidity. Drilled holes for more ventilation. I also only mist one side of the enclosure so there is a place to go to so she is not climbing, laying or hanging in damp areas for long.

    8/24/08 28g
    8/31/08 30g

    I think this goes to show that the slightly more humid environment does promote growth. Steve and JT, thanks!
    It's a popcorn season!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leif View Post
    Here is my breakdown:

    Medium Kritter Keeper from february to somewhere around 7/20. I believe she was 14g when I got her. Not sure.

    6/20/08 20g
    7/16/08 22g

    After we talked, compared, etc I moved her into a Tom's critter keeper since I never used it because of it's high humidity. Drilled holes for more ventilation. I also only mist one side of the enclosure so there is a place to go to so she is not climbing, laying or hanging in damp areas for long.

    8/24/08 28g
    8/31/08 30g

    I think this goes to show that the slightly more humid environment does promote growth. Steve and JT, thanks!
    Very nice! Looks like yours is growing up
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    Ooh. I want to play too!

    My female isnt from steve, but the male I am getting from her is!

    Here is her.. light.


    and dark.


    Davids hands are huge so she doesnt look like it, but she is 12" long and well over 200g [my scale doesnt currently want to weigh her]


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    Where did you pick her up from?
    It's a popcorn season!

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    A Local guy I met on Pangea from the Sac Area who had been working with leachies for years and decided to get totally out of them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bleeding_sarcasm View Post
    A Local guy I met on Pangea from the Sac Area who had been working with leachies for years and decided to get totally out of them.
    Whose line is she from?
    It's a popcorn season!

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