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Seperating sexes?

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Posted by: Fabrizio13 at Sun Dec 26 19:50:06 2010  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Fabrizio13 ]  
   

I have a quick question, I've read plenty of articles on breeding bearded dragons, all are virtually identical except that some say you need to separate the sexes and reintroduce them during the breeding season off and on, and others state they keep them together year round. What do you guys usually do who breed beardies? I was planning on keeping them together year round, except when the female is about to lay, then remove her and place her into a cage herself with a suitable nesting site. Then give her some time to recoup then reintroduce her to the regular cage.

Thanks,
Jason


   

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