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Kingsnake breeding problem

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Posted by: mcshaner at Tue Mar 27 11:30:36 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by mcshaner ]  
   

First of all I have these snakes since 1999. I have produced many clutches with this pair. I am having a problem getting them to breed. I have done all the same things I always done. These snake are all healthy and fit to breed. I put them down for hibernation brought them out and fed the female a good amount. The male has never fed untill breeding is over. I waited until the female shed to introduce the male. They just crawl around the cage with no breeding activity. The female does not flip her tail around or bridge her body. I have put the male in with her multible times. In the past as soon as the male is introduced they breed in no time. when the female had enough she would flip her tail and bridge her body. Can anyone help? Thanks Brendan


   

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