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Old 5th April 2010   #1 (permalink)
Justin
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Default I can add Hemidactylum scutatum to my list......

So I got a pleasent surprise last Saturday when a few other members stopped by my house. I went digging through my Hemidactylum scutatum tank to show them my adults when low and behold I found not just one female guarding eggs but all three of my females sitting around their eggs!!

The only thing I really did for these guys was give them a really cold winter then I heavily fed them when their tank started warming up. Simple enough!!

Here is their tank. That is in fact live sphagnum moss.
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Here is female #1.
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Female #2.
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Finally, here is female #3. You can start to see the eggs developing in this picture.
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