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Re: S. Pine Breeding info needed.....


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Posted by Nokturnel Tom on March 21, 2003 at 00:03:31:

In Reply to: S. Pine Breeding info needed..... posted by jts2103 on March 20, 2003 at 19:54:03:

:My pines are awake and have just ate their first meal since being cooled. My question is how long do I wait to put them together?
:Thanks in advance,
:Jeff
Hey Jeff, last year mine woke up about March 1st. The male didnt eat until late May or Early June but the female resumed a normal feeding routine much earlier. They began breeding in the first week of May and the eggs were laid in mid June. My Pines ignored each other at first, and then the female was not receptive to the male til she was good and ready. I had put them together at least 6 times before they did it, and I believe it wasn't til the female shed for the 2nd time. Hope this helps Tom




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