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Re: Care for R. Sarasinorum


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Posted by nbemmer on January 02, 2003 at 20:29:08:

In Reply to: Re: Care for R. Sarasinorum posted by leprachaun13 on January 02, 2003 at 20:19:08:

Not sure about the fighting, my 2 females have been housed seperatly since i got them as babies about a year and a half ago. I have heard that they will breed better in pairs rather than trios or more but haven't gotten to test that theory. I feel my gargoyles breed better when kept in pairs rather than trios. MY opionion is if you can get another single female at a great price why not, you can always try they trio, if it works then great, if not you seperate the other female and either rotate the male or get another male and have 2 pair.
Nate

:Thanks a lot, your post actually led me right into my next question. If I do go ahead and buy the pair I might be able to get another female at a significantly reduced price. But I have heard that if you make a breeding trio that the females are prone to fighting. I know that you could keep the females separate and introduce the male after he's done his business with the other, but is it true that they are inclined to fight?

:Ian





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