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RE: "Where's The Beef"?

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Posted by: Nino at Sun Mar 29 07:09:32 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Nino ]  
   

Hello John!
Unfotunately, no stehlini eggs this year. By the end of last year I reduced my collection to only one pair of young animals (they are my hatchlings 3 years old now) due to my new job and lack of free time. They are both very healthy and robust animals and I hoped to get some eggs this spring, but after winter period of rest male got agressive toward female - actually it looked like courtship at first, but in a week female was hiding most of the time and didn't eat anymore. After male bit off tip of the her tail I decided to separate them for the season.
I'm hoping better luck next year.
I have collected second clutch from my Timon lepidus, however, and have total of 27 good-looking eggs in the incubator.


   

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