Thread: Regurgitation?
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Old 10-14-03, 02:06 PM   #6 (permalink)
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by Colombian I assume you mean Bci, not known for regurging. Young Bcc will often regurge when presented with a prey item that a Bci the same size eat with no problems. I do advocate large feedings for many animals and believe it promotes an excellent growth curve over the first 2-3 years. That always can be modified, 2 of the 3 species of Lampro I keep still eat hopper-juvi mice though they are both nearly 3 years old. A single regurge isn't necessarily a problem but a trip to the vet to be sure is called for. Most breeders will happily tell you prey size they use at various stages for any particular species.