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    Locascio
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    Ok my pixies just came out of aestivating male,female. Both are in good health thay both eaten 2 dozen nightcrowlers few days ago. But today I got some pinky rats and the big male ate 3 but the female tryed and tryed but couldn't chech a single pinkey rat . Thay aren't showing any other sings of short tongue syndrome, swollen eyes, lesions below eyes, skin infections . So what else could it be? By the way in having problems with keeping the temps up. Mayb that could be an issue
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    there both will within their weight, I'm just not used to seeing them not eat like crazy. Any ideas
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