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Posted by Jason Nelson on April 05, 2003 at 13:44:34:

In Reply to: SONORANS MATING HELP posted by P-RAT on April 05, 2003 at 11:08:34:

:I was wondering if there is a difference in the way you should go about mating sonorans vs sandiegos.I got some help from JASON on breeding sandiego's,he told me not to let them get to heavy and to keep them together all the time 'well my applegate and anery would'nt stop,thankyou JASON.But now alittle help needed for sonorans,I have kept my two albinos togethere and don't see any activity yet,is there a way different from the sandiego's or just let them be,THANKS TO ALL ,P-RAT

With Sonorans keep putting them together every 3 days or so . I Think Sonorans are the easiest snakes to breed along with corns . It sounds like San Diegos are doing great .
Take care and good luck

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