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Keeping breeding pyros together

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Posted by: patd at Fri Mar 23 10:54:29 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by patd ]  
   

I have a pair of 02 Arizona Mountain Kings I am going to attempt to breed this year. I took them out of a three month brumation March 1st and may have to go out of town in April for a week. If they shed shortly before I leave I am concerned I will miss the prime breeding period of right after they shed. I currently house them separately, would I be better off to put them together while I am gone? Is there a chance the male would kill the female? The male is about 36 inches, the female 31.


   

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