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Posted by mikecoscia on December 12, 2002 at 12:15:15:
In Reply to: No. I am not breeding them right away.... posted by Gecko2525 on December 12, 2002 at 09:35:59:
I suggest housing the females each in their own separate enclosures. Group setups do work, but I find they do much better by themselves. There is less stress and competition from other animals, so they feed better, grow faster, and maintain a better weight; which all results in more eggs and healthy hatchlings. It is also easier to monitor the animals for any health problems. However like I said group set ups do work, you just have to watch them more carefully. Keep your eye out for any problems and separate if necessary.