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Posted by Terry Cox on April 24, 2003 at 18:35:26:
In Reply to: Beauty!! posted by Kestrel on April 24, 2003 at 05:33:34:
I'll venture a little info, but am no pro with these, not having bred them, yet. I would say two and a half yrs. old min., if the size was right. Maybe not all would be large enough, depending on breeder. Definately 3.5 yrs, unless they were brumated six mo. at a time. My yearling male is a little small, but I'll let him have a shot at his partner (a yr. older anyway) and see what he can do :) Go, little feller!!
My female is over 3ft. and pretty hefty. I think she is big enough even at just 2.5 yrs. Definately four ft. should be large enough. Good luck, and make sure you post pics of those babies when you get 'em ;-)
:Thanks Terry. ;) I already have and they look clean, but i've run out of prevent a mite.. Doh.. Time to invest in a few more cans.. And i definatly plan on makin em earn their keep. hehe. And what age/size are chinese beauties breedable? I've heard as small as 3ft, although I most definatly wouldn't try it with them that small.