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Re: Breeding question


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Posted by CrestedGecko.com on December 04, 2002 at 14:24:39:

In Reply to: Re: Breeding question posted by mikecoscia on December 04, 2002 at 08:20:48:

:She should at least be 14 months old, eating regularly, and have good weight. An animal at that age should also be between 7-8
:-Mike

My females are usually 7-8 inches long when they are ready to breed. I feel that size is more important to breeding than age- within reason. If you have a 10-12 month old female that is large enough and heavy enough, she's probably ready to breed. I'd say she should way at least 30 grams, preferably more. My 2-3 year old females weigh between 32-65 grams. Some of them are real monsters!





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