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Posted by clee4560 on January 26, 2003 at 21:58:46:
In Reply to: Re: bob...Long... posted by chelonian on January 26, 2003 at 21:00:40:
: I am doing OK.I won't be able to get any pics till spring.The chucks are outside and usually are really jumpy during the winter months.They run for the burrows at the sight of me.They will get better as soon as it stays warm and they get hungry.I had a hard time sexing the ones I was raising up to be able to keep the females.I have noticed that the females have a smaller and narrower head and the males at the size you have will start chasing and biting each other.Are you getting any head bobbing going on yet?It may be better if you take some pics and put them up on site here,that way we all can take a look.BJ is a lot better than I am as far as checking the femoral pores on Chucks.
: But I am sure everyone will have some input...Bob
yeah i get alot of head bobbing from one male i'm pretty sure at least one the smallest is a female,smaller head thiner tail base and no bobbing.and the middle one i can't tell i think male but not sure i'll try to get more pics of chucks up in a couple of days.what did you think of the cteno's?did you say that you know another breeder of c.h.conspiousa?talk to you soon.chris