|11-10-2012 11:12 PM|
|11-10-2012 02:54 PM|
|11-10-2012 02:07 PM|
|camiller27||OK so I feel like any idiot...I had a brain fart and for some reason was thinking about when I was researching about my girlfriends fire belly toad lol...bring on the sand lol|
|11-10-2012 07:29 AM|
|11-09-2012 08:47 PM|
Florida mud turtles would be in sand all the time in the wild????
How did your turtle lay eggs if you only have a floating log?
|11-09-2012 08:19 PM|
|camiller27||Sand isn't good for turtles I hear they eat...and my turtle loves snails I try to give him one every now and then...he is to slow to eat fish though|
|11-09-2012 07:29 PM|
|JunJunJenn||Any suggestions for another substrate they can dig and bury in?|
|11-09-2012 07:27 PM|
|camiller27||I hear sand isn't good for turtles they eat it|
|11-09-2012 03:43 AM|
|rodcuda||I don't see why you can't put it on rocks or something else to bring it to the right depth. I have not tried live foods, but I hear they really like snails.|
|11-09-2012 03:35 AM|
I want to upgrade them to a 40-50 gallon I found on the curb. I was thinking a sandy bottom with silk plants. I found a really cool filter structure at petco
But its only meant for 4-6 inches of water. Do you guys think I could create a slope to put this on and still get enough filtration?
also anyone have success with live foods?
|11-09-2012 03:14 AM|
|rodcuda||That is realy cool. What is your set up? I think I have two females.|
|11-08-2012 04:15 AM|
|JunJunJenn||I have two. They both bask often. The female actually showed up on our back porch one day ( live about 1/2 mile from closest water source)! And she just laid an egg this week!|
|11-08-2012 03:59 AM|
|rodcuda||It seems that 20 gallons is fine for those.|
|11-08-2012 03:55 AM|
|camiller27||That is awesome...I had to order mine online because they are illegal in Pennsylvania|
|11-08-2012 03:45 AM|
I don't know much about them, but I have seen them (3-Stripes) around here. I actually caught one in a nearby lake. They are so 'cute' xD. I assumed they would stay small and I wanted to keep it, but I had no idea how many gallons of water it needed to be kept in.
They do seem to spend a majority of their time underwater from what I have seen. I rarely see them basking, but I see the yellow bellies and RES basking very often. My friends and I actually spotted two of them mating underwater once xD.
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