- Dec 29, 2012
Can anyone give me some tips for breeding conditions of these? I've heard keep them moist, lots of rotting leaves, etc, but I'm also not sure how long before I would actually see pedelings.
Just the color phase/ where they were collected. There are some good photos in Orin's book. The Smoky Oaks are grayish and the Ocala Gold are gold with some orange bands, etc. As far as looks, the Golds are really beautiful (and cute). I have both and in my opinion their fossorial lifestyle takes away from their charm as a pet. Mine came with commensal mites; I left them!I saw N. gordanus being sold as "smokey oak" and as "ocal gold", the same seller had both of these (but not good photos). What's the difference between the two?