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Re: Double clutch monocleds?


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Posted by Chance on December 20, 2002 at 10:36:37:

In Reply to: Double clutch monocleds? posted by MaxPeterson on December 18, 2002 at 18:19:15:

I haven't bred monocleds yet and therefore haven't tried double-clutching, however I have heard that it is possible. kaouthia are apparently very vigorous producers and don't really need any kind of seasonal cycling to get them to breed. To get them to double clutch, you could provide a period of slightly lower temps and wetter conditions and then place the snakes back together. Again, this isn't anything I've tried yet myself (though I will soon), but I've heard it works. Hope this helped.



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