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Posted by H+E Stoeckl on May 11, 2003 at 16:43:41:
In Reply to: Big Momma posted by CE on May 11, 2003 at 15:31:53:
Same happened to me last breeding season with my bolivian amaralis. He tried for at least 3 month of no avail. I really was tempted to cut her head off.
This breeding season started the same way and I was already grinding a big butchers knife.
But suddenly she begun to swell and I could watch a few matings. Now I am confident that the iron maiden is gravid. So I think you can be confident that next year mating will occure. Maybe the male was still a little to small to suffice her demand (you know how ladies are).
This seemed to be the reason in the amaralis because he gained weight significantly and showed her where the hammer is hanging (german saying).
By the way, outstanding surinam redtail! If you start hating her so much to consider to get rid of her I will take her (no gratitude needed, that's the way I am).
And now you may enlighten me (since my dictionary failed): What is a "Sipperly male"?