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Re: Unexpected eggs from not mated young, small, female. ????


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Posted by mikecoscia on March 16, 2003 at 19:11:20:

In Reply to: Unexpected eggs from not mated young, small, female. ???? posted by Gecko2525 on March 16, 2003 at 01:35:32:

Liz,
Leave her be do not put the male in with her, she is way too small. Adding the male will just provoke her into laying more eggs. Reptiles sometimes do lay eggs without a male present; our day gecko who is still just a baby did it recently. However that does not mean she is ready. Being with a male and laying clutch after clutch at that size will take a lot of effort out of her body. Wait till she is larger and her body can handle it. Hopefully she will not lay another clutch.
-Mike



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