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RE: Rosy Sexing

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Posted by: thayericurls at Thu May 24 16:19:31 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by thayericurls ]  
   

Thanks for response ... actually my question was in regards to two different females but didn't make that clear. One I've bred without luck for last two years and the other is one I just obtained and that is the one which was popped before I had it by a friend. It was also probed and probed 8 caudal scales, but again it is fat and big, and no spurs at all just like my other females and I even have one which has very tiny reminents of spurs but breds each year.
So, if I put it with a male is there any risk of problems in Rosys or will they just not breed? I feel it is most likely a female but was even sold to the previous owner as a male I believe .. I guess there is only one way to be certain and that is to breed to male of same locale and see if I get a hook-up.


   

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