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Questions about mating

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Posted by: Beth60 at Sun Mar 16 06:42:15 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Beth60 ]  
   

I have the books, but they don't give as much information as I want or need. So, we put male and female together and they seem okay in the terrarium. Last night she releases a small amount of white stuff (I could see it on her - he has done that before, but never her-and yes, they are male and female - lol - I got that one right from an expert) and then starts running around the terrarium. He starts following her and she does this little squeak/twitch/tail up higher routine every time he comes near her. She actually bites him - but didn't let him near her. It was interesting to watch her quiver her whole body and make the noise every time he came in contact.
What I am looking for is some guidance in their mating rituals. What is typical? Or is she rejecting him this way.
It took me awhile to decide to post (feeling sheepish)and I wish the books would tell me more about their mating behaviours.
A big thanks to anyone who will answer and provide some details.


   

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