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  • Crested Lady
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    Thanks! Lol. It never gets boring.

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  • thunder
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    congrats!

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  • ris9911
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    i also have baby fever!!!! cant wait (but ill have to cince me female is only 7 -8 months old ) cant wait to breed her to my huge male tan/cream and brown fire morph sticky my fermale is a orange tiger morph!!!! hope i get something unique!!! and when i reall get the hang of it i want to get some dalmation morphs and try to breed in some red with lots of spots !!!! o well look at me going on and on and i havent even bred them yet just so exciting well congrats they looks great cant wait to see what color they will turn out to be!!!!!!

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  • DDReptiles
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    I don't know I just got back from a weekend trip from New Orleans and Katrina is going through my town as I type this right now there is one tree down in our front yard and a river flowing through our backyard.

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  • (v)@tt
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    those guys should be great looking adults!

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  • Crested Lady
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    Originally posted by DDReptiles
    Congrats Sara, I also had some hatch this week I named one Katrina (named after the hurricane).

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    Congrats on your hatchlings! Katrina, huh? Let's hope that it doesn't tear up too much stuff. I'm worried about the reptiles that may have been left behind. (Not to mention any people that may not be able to get out.) :?

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  • Crested Lady
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    I cool my geckos from November through about March, but I cool them on rotation so I have a few babies during the cooling period. (Start one pair maybe around October... start another in November... etc.) Everyone gets a turn though. :wink:

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  • DDReptiles
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    Congrats Sara, I also had some hatch this week I named one Katrina (named after the hurricane).

    Cool Pic

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    I love the smells of fresh hatched rhacs in the morning!

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  • FrozenGecko
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    Do your cresties lay eggs right through the winter, or are they seasonal?
    I know a lot of people cool them and give them a break in the winter time, but would they continue to lay otherwise?

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  • gcxbrian
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    Originally posted by ericdrob67
    Gratz... im still eagerly awaiting the day i have my very own hatchlings





    yes. grats. and i am as well awaiting aday when i can haev my own hatchlings

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  • kenster
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    Nice looking babies! I've yet to hatch out anything with feet, got lots of slithering babies though

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  • Sanskrit
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    Congrats on the new hatch!!

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  • Crested Lady
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    Thanks! Penelope and Jim are the parents.

    Erikdrob67- Don't worry, that day will come sooner than you think! Then you'll buy more pairs, and more... and more..... he he he :wink:

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  • ericdrob67
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    Gratz... im still eagerly awaiting the day i have my very own hatchlings

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