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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Looks amazing. Almost alien like. I am fallowing this thread. interested in if she has any health issues related to being sacless? Happy she is doing well.

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyrivers View Post
    Looks amazing. Almost alien like. I am fallowing this thread. interested in if she has any health issues related to being sacless? Happy she is doing well.
    She doesn't seem to have any health issues at all. I would never feed her live food because she has no "armor" to protect her against claws and bites, etc. However, she happily takes F/T.

    I do up humidity a little bit more than I do for my scaled corn when she goes into shed, but that's just an added precaution I take to ensure she has a great shed. Apparently, it's not necessary.

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Quote Originally Posted by dakski View Post
    She doesn't seem to have any health issues at all. I would never feed her live food because she has no "armor" to protect her against claws and bites, etc. However, she happily takes F/T.

    I do up humidity a little bit more than I do for my scaled corn when she goes into shed, but that's just an added precaution I take to ensure she has a great shed. Apparently, it's not necessary.
    Good to hear. Keep the updates coming.

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Solana is up to 64G and literally going to shed any minute. She feels like a 95 year old woman's hands in the middle of a dry winter.






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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Solana shed last night and is looks G-O-O-D!












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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    She's such a great colour Dave

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Solana bonding with my niece. She's getting so much bigger, and oh, her colors are so rich!


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    They're really cute together.

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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    Solana looks so orange today with Megan, she looks like she’s been coloured in with a highlighter


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    Re: Solana - Our Scaleless Sunglow Motley Corn

    I went to feed the Leopard Geckos the other day (same tower as Solana) and I am getting them ready, the lights go out, I look down, and not 30 seconds after the lights went out, guess who begging for food.

    Solana! That's who!

    She ate a 10G hopper 2 days earlier! WOW! She's beginning to take after her brother, Figgy the Piggy!




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