Emerald Swift

Discussion in 'General Lizards' started by solid_snake_fh, Apr 2, 2005.

  1. wormiebj

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    What you do to prevent him from drowining is get a small rubbermaid( ussally at walmart, target and anywhere like that). Put a towl in teh rubbermaid and make a slight dip in the center. Then get the water warm to your hand( about luke warm) and fill the container up. The towl should be a little bigger the rubbermaid, that way it would soak up all the water except the dip in the center
     
  2. JEFFREH

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  3. solid_snake_fh

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    hey man i just bought 2 more swifts from the site you gave me it was smarter to buy the pair cause it was $46 isntead of 40 for the one.. so my lizard is going to be a pimp lol. i am allso thinking about going to a 50 gal tank for about $119
     
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  5. wormiebj

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    Are you going to breed them? If so how much are you playing on selling them for?
     
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  7. solid_snake_fh

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    yea i am actully i am getting them tomarrow :D cant wait. i dont know if how much prolly cheap like $5 you have msn messanger? or yahoo icq?
     
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  9. solid_snake_fh

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    yea i got them from lllreaptile they came out well feed and they look really good. im worried my lizard is impacted allso even gave him a bath but nothing hes big in the belly i just wonder if that just his fat.

    i been feeding him milworms "the white ones" i dont think all switch them for crickets cause crickets are much funner to watch get eattin.
    My male is way bigger then both females. both of the females would make the size of my male.
    they look like babies.
     
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  11. wormiebj

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    My yahoo name is wormiebjones. I saw your other post about breeding swifts and i couldn't find anything on it when i got my swift.
     
  12. solid_snake_fh

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    yea theres not much info on them i wish there were some more detail sites.
     
  13. wormiebj

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    Your white milworms, would those happen to be silkworms?
     
  14. solid_snake_fh

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    im not sure lol he likes um milworms., so far everything is going good in the cage, the females love the cage one is basking on top of the cage and the other one is borrowed in the saw dust. the male doesnt mind them at all. i am glad they adpated so quickly.
     
  15. solid_snake_fh

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    [​IMG]
    heres one of them today.[/img]
     
  16. wormiebj

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    That top one is VERY dark don't you think? Or has he been that way
     
  17. solid_snake_fh

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    the top one is a female i have 1 male and 2 females.
     
  18. wormiebj

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    Just thought i would tell you i got a bearded dragon last weekend at the NC reptile expo! :D
     
  19. solid_snake_fh

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    nice u should set up some photos, i want a bearded dragon but i need more $$ and i think all wait to.
    you know an only store that sells good aquiurms killed the word but u know what im talking about
     
  20. Leona&Amy

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    heat rock?? Oh no!
     
  21. solid_snake_fh

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    i herd theres a problem with heat rocks but what is it? my lizards dont seem to be bother by it
     
  22. wormiebj

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    The heat rocks will burn their bellys. Reptiles dont have many nerves
    on there stomach.
     

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