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Re: Now I know why my other female didn't want to mate... LOL


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Posted by mikecoscia on February 25, 2003 at 10:05:57:

In Reply to: Now I know why my other female didn't want to mate... LOL posted by Gecko2525 on February 24, 2003 at 21:04:11:

Liz,
I did not know that she recently laid eggs! I thought she hasnít laid in 2-3 months like you said, but it has only been 39 days. Cresteds typically lay clutches every 30-40 days after initial copulation. They can hold sperm throughout the season, the reason the first clutch was not fertile was prob because it was her first. It sometimes happens. So yes the reason why she did not want to mate was because she was already gravid. You are not going to need to put her with the male till next year now, so keep him away. Otherwise I hope your all ready with the incubator.
-Mike



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