They prefer to be in groups so they can hudle and commune, I found nothing on the group size but I would think 7-10 would suffice. The water should be shallow but deep enough for them to have some sort of caves under water to lay thier eggs in. Also, it seems that a cooler temperature for a time then warming can stimulate them to breed. I have not been able to find anything specific about the temperatures needed. Also, feeding live food and varying it as much as possible is supposed to help.
This is the thread for the Five Lined Dumpy Family my White's Tree Frogs and Southeastern Five Lined Skinks. We will talk about their enclosures, diets and any news regarding them.
About the Dumpy Family:
Three White's Tree Frogs
Spurgeon and Jeremiah (Males)
Fin (Male Betta...
So I have done my research, but I really dont feel like I am in any better of a position to make an informed decision on whether my turtles shell is healthy.
I have uploaded a few images...
...of the turtle from different angles.
he/she is a "dwarf musk...
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