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    Eggs? But she's not gravid...no males in my house...

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    Doesn't matter. Cornelius laid starting March 2008 and went through to September before stopping, and then started again in March this year. She has never been bred. She stops eating for a few days and then lays. I'm hoping Nibbler doesn't do the same.
    0.2.0 Crested Geckos-Cornelius:aka Doodles, Sweetums, Little Miss and Nibbler:aka BooBoo, Miss Boo and SqueakaBoo
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    1.1.0 Humans-Oscar Roland and Alice Scarlett

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    Well Piper still isn't eating. I cleaned out both girls' tanks last night. Paige has been eating like a maniac and pooping. No poop in Piper's tank. I'm worried. She looks okay, her personality seems okay, she doesn't seem to have lost weight. I don't know what else to do?

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    Piper finally ended her hunger strike. Whew! I did get a UVB light for her and also some vitamin D. Paige has "regular hours," where she's up around 6 PM and goes to sleep around 6 AM. Piper is in her cocohut all the time, so maybe the light will help her get on a more regular schedule. Thanks to Kyle (bonelessbeef) for your advice!

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    my geko wouldn't eat for about a month and a quarter he is perfectly fine now but still they can live for a long time without food!

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