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  1. This is true. I used to breed and sell them in SA. When the worms were full size I would put them in fishing tackle boxes, the ones with lots of little compartments. Each one would go in their own compartment with no food or water. I would place the tackle box with worms in a heated box. They would start to pupate within a week. It is almost as if they have to get to a point where they realise that there is nothing left to live for or do in there worm form and are forced in to the next stage of the cycle. The beetles are huge!
  2. That is so cool Alan. In all my years of breeding I never got twins. exciting! Cant wait for pics
  3. Lovely pics Was the egg bigger than the others?
  4. Definately keep them. Will be interesting to see how they turn out.
  5. Congrats Alan Battling to see the colouring. Is it the same colouring and from the same pairing?
  6. Hey Alan. Sorry about the one you lost. It was a beauty for sure. Normally when I have had hatchlings born with yolk attached I would keep it in a tub with moist toilet paper and keep it quite humid. It normally falls off within a day or two. I have lost one with the yolk attached. I guess it just wasn't meant to be. It can also be a sign that they are born slightly prem. Please post pics of the little one as it grows I love hatchlings
  7. If it was bright when born then perhaps it is developing into a pastel
  8. Looking good Alan! What were the colours like at birth? I see mack snow traits in there
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