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RE: Breeding size Candoia bibroni

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Posted by: helenthereef at Wed Apr 22 23:44:59 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by helenthereef ]  
   

Hi and thanks to all who responded to my question. Sorry I've been off the forum for a while: life got hectic.

My two male 2.5 year old Candioa bibroni bibroni are now weighing in at 225 gms and are an estimated 80 - 90 cm long, so from what you say maybe they are ready to try breeding. The females I have access to are more like 1.5m long and many times thicker bodied, so it'll be an uneven contest, but maybe it'll only be me who's traumatised

I'm in Fiji, where our colder season is July/August, and from what Jerry writes on his Candoia page they are best bred after a cooler time, so maybe I'll have plucked up the courage to try around September.

I'll also try and post some photos for you, (I say try because a) I'm in an area with SLOW connections and b) I'm a technical idiot).

Thanks for the interest.
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