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Isn't she WAY to small to put in with a male?? >>>>>

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Posted by mikecoscia on April 28, 2003 at 08:03:34:

In Reply to: Isn't she WAY to small to put in with a male?? >>>>> posted by Gecko2525 on April 27, 2003 at 21:26:46:

I keep confusing your animals donít IÖlol. Pandora might just be a runt, could be her genetics, the diet she was brought up on, combination of both, who knows. However she is old enough and you say she has a lot of weight (40-50g is about right). I know the eggs are infertile but do they look good? Right size, shape, color, etc? If so, since she has continued to lay regardless you might as well introduce her to the male for a few days. It is a shame to let her go through all that and just lay duds. Just make sure she is eating enough and everything is properly supplemented and she should be unphased by it. Keep me posted =).

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