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Posted by srjohnt on May 08, 2003 at 20:05:26:

In Reply to: Breeding season? posted by BlueIguana2003 on May 07, 2003 at 20:18:47:

isn't Christmas for iguana owners, but rather "breeding season" which, for many, seems to be whenever they feel like it. Bug has been in and out as many as three times a year, and now hasn't been in for over 7 months... Go figure.

At any rate, they do seem to get a little out of whack in captivity, so don't expect a regular schedule.

And as another thought, are you sure you have a female? Lots of bright orange might more likely (but not necessarily)mean a male, and I'm confused by the "two bumps" near the vent. Tail side or body side? If on the tail side, this might be the hemipenes bulge that's indicative, once again, of a male... John T


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