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  • Agricolea baby

    So I have a pair, just put together this year. They are in a naturalistic tank. A friend of mine told me it took her a couple years to get some eggs, so I haven't paid much attention and according to my husband, I am not allow to breed until we finish the basement.

    Well a few week ago I noticed some eggs at the bottom of the tank. So i took out my pair and proceeded to search the entire tank. I ended up finding 3 good eggs and about 4 or 5 bad ones. So of course I am super excited. I set the eggs up and I woke up this morning to discover the cutest thing ever.

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    So as soon as I could I went to the store and prepared a setup.
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    So I really hope this little one does well and that my other 2 eggs hatch too, without my husband noticing
    1.0 Dog; 1.0 Leopard Gecko;10.5 Crested Geckos; 1.1Gargoyle Geckos; 1.3 Sarasinorum; 5.3.7PI Chahoua; 2.2 E. Agricolae; 1.1 Nuu Ana, 0.1 Isle E, 0.2 G. Marginata, 1.0 L. Williamsi And interested in a few others

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    Make sure for the baby you keep humidity high but wetness low... tupperwear will help there. Congrats!
    Mike
    www.dragontownreptiles.com

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dragontown View Post
      Make sure for the baby you keep humidity high but wetness low... tupperwear will help there. Congrats!
      Thank you! I followed JB's video about using Tupperware and coffee filters on 2 sides and the top. So hopefully the humidity will stay up.
      1.0 Dog; 1.0 Leopard Gecko;10.5 Crested Geckos; 1.1Gargoyle Geckos; 1.3 Sarasinorum; 5.3.7PI Chahoua; 2.2 E. Agricolae; 1.1 Nuu Ana, 0.1 Isle E, 0.2 G. Marginata, 1.0 L. Williamsi And interested in a few others

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      • #4
        They must have been clutchmates! Baby #2 weighing in at 0.4g baby #1 was btw 0.3 and 0.4g

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        1.0 Dog; 1.0 Leopard Gecko;10.5 Crested Geckos; 1.1Gargoyle Geckos; 1.3 Sarasinorum; 5.3.7PI Chahoua; 2.2 E. Agricolae; 1.1 Nuu Ana, 0.1 Isle E, 0.2 G. Marginata, 1.0 L. Williamsi And interested in a few others

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        • #5
          i am new to these gex, i ordered a couple babies which will arrive soon. How old are the E. Agricolae before you can tell their gender, and how is your baby doing? did you keep it?

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          • #6
            This is quite an old thread!
            Usually at about 4 months or so, you can loupe the femoral area. Males will show pores by then. Quite easy to tell from the females.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Yoshi'smom View Post
              This is quite an old thread!
              Usually at about 4 months or so, you can loupe the femoral area. Males will show pores by then. Quite easy to tell from the females.
              thank you. i saw on youtube someone showed the pores, but i was not sure what age you could tell.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ColleenTroi View Post
                i am new to these gex, i ordered a couple babies which will arrive soon. How old are the E. Agricolae before you can tell their gender, and how is your baby doing? did you keep it?
                I sold a few and traded a few. I've had hatchlings in 2015 and 2016 as well. I wait to sex mine, simply because some people I know have found pseudo pores on some of their females. But once they are older the males pores are easily to distinguish, even with the naked eye.
                1.0 Dog; 1.0 Leopard Gecko;10.5 Crested Geckos; 1.1Gargoyle Geckos; 1.3 Sarasinorum; 5.3.7PI Chahoua; 2.2 E. Agricolae; 1.1 Nuu Ana, 0.1 Isle E, 0.2 G. Marginata, 1.0 L. Williamsi And interested in a few others

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