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PostPosted: Mon Mar 03, 2014 9:58 pm 
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OK so you all know I'm not an expert, so I could easily be way off with this.

I posted a while ago following a change of substrate from leaf litter to sand so that I could spot the eggs easier.

The change to sand was followed by an almost immediate decline in egg laying from my two females, which had been laying like crazy until that point.

Sine then I've had a new female reach maturity, paired constantly as they do, but again has laid hardly any eggs, and has now just died whilst still very swollen, well before her time.

I'm wondering if the substrate did somehow contribute to this, causing her problems laying her eggs, and in turn leading to her death?

I haven't lost any others, food is kept fresh, misting every few days, everyone seems happy.

Sound possible, or is this more likely a complete coincidence?

Cheers.


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