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Posted by Brandon Osborne on May 01, 2003 at 20:17:04:
In Reply to: Hey, about Brooksi Breeding... posted by jay6850 on May 01, 2003 at 16:42:47:
Have you weighed her? 40" is a good size. Another good standard is a minimum of 400 grams. Take the hide out when you introduce pairs. This will keep them from running from each other. Good luck and keep us posted.
:Hey Brandon, shes a 2000, she is just about 40 inches (about, its really hard to measure her because she is so strong.)
::How big is your female? Judging by the color in the pic, it looks like a young animal. If they are up to size, I sould seperate them for a few days and try again. I've had them wait until after the third shed before, so you not out of luck yet. Just give them time, and keep feeding the female as much as she'll eat.
:::Hey, I put a female and male together on Sat, 4 days ago, and havent seen any activity yet because they have been both sitting in the same hidebox. I know that it was possible for them to be breeding, but dont know what to do. I was wondering if I should seperate them, then put them back together after she sheds again, or if I should leave them together for another month, until she sheds. Thank you for all of your responses, Jason (plus heres a pic of her taken Apr. 25, eating)