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Posted by Bluerosy on December 03, 2002 at 01:11:35:
In Reply to: Breeding Cal-King X Reverse Okettee posted by cornsnakefreak on December 02, 2002 at 16:11:21:
It would help if you had a pair of each. In spring put the corns together and cal kings (make sure the cals are fed) together to get them "excited". Then while they are about to do the dirty deed SWITCH them in hopes of tricking that the male will start courting the female of each.
Also helps to have shedding in water bottles to spray on opposite females. Keeping the corns in with the kings during brumation also might help. There are a lot of tricks but the calXcorn is a fairly easy one to do.
: I just have a few questions about hybrids. I am planning my first breeding year. I have a 5 year old male Reverse Okettee that I am planning on breeding to my 3 year old female Cal-King.
:Is there anything I should think about or know about this breeding? Anything special to help me out? Has anyone else done this sucessfully with a good outcome? Please help me