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The move could have made her skip a clutch >>


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Posted by Silly-atus fan on January 14, 2003 at 19:13:52:

In Reply to: Re: Yup they can hold sperm.... posted by mikecoscia on January 14, 2003 at 14:55:11:

I wouldn't be surprised if the move to your house delayed the next clutch. Or possibly she re-absorbed them because of the relocation.
I bought 1.2 R. auriculatus, both females were gravid. One laid her eggs a couple of weeks later, the other didn't. I could see her 'egg lumps' slowly disappear over about 6 weeks. She didn't lay any more eggs for 5 months. The one that did lay hers skipped two months before she started up again.

Stress can have an effect, and no matter how nice a home the new one is, the can still be affected by a move.



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