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  • The small Sulcata you just now thought the bump on it's head looked like an abscess...to me it just looks like a normal Sulcata head, the skin looks rugged and tough, not like an abscess...I think...lol I'm saying this here so I don't embarrass myself in public by saying this...hahaha
    Hi Bill. Our mutual friend John Coakley suggested I reach out to you just to talk tortoises. I've been working with Testudo Kleinmanni for about 15 yrs. Thanks, Ralph Till
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    hi Bill. I have a quick question for you about a new radiata purchase and think you may have an answer or point me to the right direction i am looking for. if you could please reach back out to me at [email protected], i appreciate your time. bart
    hi Bill. i talked with you in 2013 when i had purchased my first rads, and i appreciate the care sheet you sent me back then. I replied to the email you had sent before but it bounced back. I have a quick question for you about a new purchase and think you may have an answer i am looking for. if you could please reach back out to me at [email protected], i appreciate your time. jeff
    Hello , I was wondering if you could take a look at my tortoise she seems to be sick and infected with some sort of white spots .. she is a red foot any help would be greatly appreciated
    zovick
    zovick
    Are you talking about the white area under the eye? If so, that could be some type of a fungus infection, but it doesn't look all that serious to me.
    If that is not what you are talking about, please try to describe where it is so I can see it in your pictures. I see some under the tail also, but again those look fairly harmless to me.
    Why do you think the tortoise is sick?
    T
    Turtlelover123
    Hi! Thanks for reaching out yes I’m talking about the white spot under her eye would you know how to treat this infection ? Or Is it normal ? She seems to have spots like this growing rapidly eveywhere on her legs arms tail and head
    zovick
    zovick
    If fungus is on the shell, the best treatment is athlete's foot cream. I guess you could try using that if you are careful not to get it in the eye. Or try it on the tail and other areas first to see if it works, then put a little on the spot near the eye if it works on the other spots.
    Hi Bill -

    Earlier this month I had a the opportunity to purchase two Radiataed tortoises from Jay Russo here in Texas. Id love to get first hand knowledge from someone like yourself who has cared for them for so long. Any chance you have a care sheet from hatchiling to adult or any info at all you can share? If so can you please email it to me at [email protected]

    Thank you!
    Hey there,

    Im in talks with a person over possibly buying his Burmese group. He said the female came from you awhile back. My email is [email protected]

    Thank you very much for your expertise help !

    Nate
    Hi Bill!

    I’m looking to purchase radiated hatchlings here in Atlanta, do you have any available or any breeders you could possibly recommend? Please let me know. Thanks

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    Andy
    Hi Bill!

    I’m interested in purchasing a radiated tortoise and I’ve been reading you’re the person to talk to for a well started one. Also interested in reading your care sheets. Can you please email me at [email protected]

    thank you!
    Hi Bill,
    I've searched the forum and internet and it seems most people end up getting it via email or private message. My first well started hatchlings arrive next month and while I'm feeling confident and ready to care for this species, I'd love to receive and read up on your specific care sheet for radiateds - hatchlings specifically.

    Thank you in advance!

    Zach
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    Hi bill,My radiated tortoise laid 4 eggs,this is the third clutchs in two year.Diapause,After I collected the eggs and put them in incubator at 65 degrees with mosit vermiculite for a month then rise the temperature at 85 degrees,but I can’t see any development in the eggs,but it didn’t look like mildewed,just want to know if this mean the eggs are not fertile?

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    Ggk
    Ggk
    Really need your help,thanks!
    zovick
    zovick
    You won't see any development for about three to four weeks after putting the eggs in the 85 degree incubator. Also, you should leave the eggs dry during the 4 week diapause period at 65 degrees, not moist.

    Do you own those yniphora in your photo?

    BZ
    Hi Bill,
    We met back in 2011 - I think via Chris Raxworthy - and visited at one of the herp shows in Atlanta. The bellsouth email address you gave me bounced back and I'm having issues sending PM's to you here. Will you ping me back at [email protected]?
    Best,
    John
    Hi Bill,
    This is Bo Zhao. I am a GA resident just outside of Atlanta. I found your ad on this forum regarding to the sale of your Radiated Tortoises. I would like to see if you still have any available for sale? Please let me know and thank you for your time.
    Best regards,
    Bo Zhao
    I just picked up 2 hatchling radiated tortoises and was looking for a care sheet for these guys and most interested in temps you keep them at. I read for radiateds you can let it go into the 70s? Is this correct, do you use any CHE or radiated heat panel at night for hatchling/juveniles?
    Day time - ~95F basking, 80 cool end
    Night time - 70s room temperature is okay or keep it above 80F?
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