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Grouping Different Species for Breeding

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Posted by: deviney1 at Tue Jul 19 08:28:36 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by deviney1 ]  
   

Hey yall... I recently picked up a Male Thayeri sold as a proven breeder. My intention is to try and get a late clutch from my female Thayeri because she just laid some dummy eggs last week.
I was considering a hybrid breeding project next season of course with her and two of my other females, Albino Nelson and Tangerine Honduran
I would like to group them together this fall in a multi unit enclosure with access holes and four compartments. My females are bonded, they will go through any measures to push the door out and move into other cages to be together.
My question is... What is the best way of going about this? Do I need to introduce them all together and supervise or maybe two at a time? Should I do this in the fall and leave them together during winter?


   

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