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I have a few Simandoa conserfariam but not yet long enough to complete a breeding cycle. Will someone please let me know what to expect as far as life cycle and anything else I might need to know to be successful? Thanks a bunch.

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Thanks, I wonder though if, since these feed on bat guano in the wild, they would do better if I supplied them with some. I could go collect it at a few locations here in Houston where there are large bat colonies.

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Thanks, I wonder though if, since these feed on bat guano in the wild, they would do better if I supplied them with some. I could go collect it at a few locations here in Houston where there are large bat colonies.

As it documented in the original paper, they feed on guano of Egyptian fruit bats. I doubt if you can find any fruit eating bats in Houston though...

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As it documented in the original paper, they feed on guano of Egyptian fruit bats. I doubt if you can find any fruit eating bats in Houston though...

Good point. Where can I find this paper your referring to?

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