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Posted by Rich G.cascabel on January 06, 2003 at 08:47:07:
In Reply to: Thank you very very very very very very much..... more posted by Blackwater on January 05, 2003 at 07:01:08:
I hope it helps you with your project. I would say that sums up the basic info although I not say cheating when the opportunity arises is the norm for molossus. I just had to include the fact that there have been a few observed cheating instances, and of course there is no absolute rule when it comes to living organisms. I think the bonding and fidelity to mates is one of the main things that makes molossus breedings rather uncommon. And I think there is a catch 22 since they are solitary by nature, and too much time together could stress them unduly. When you get your babies I would make a point of putting them together for a day at a time every so often so that by the time they are breeding age hopefully they will know and accept each other. Keep us posted. :-)