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To hot to breed????

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Posted by: dragomlover at Mon Jun 18 15:14:35 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by dragomlover ]  
   

I was wondering if we were having issues with the cage temp and they were a bit hotter then I would like would that have any bearing on breeding issues? I have checked everything and I know the husbandry is perfect other then the temp's. I have had all our females lay infertiles and when placed with willing males nothing has been happening(no tail popping,etc...). Its across the board with everybody from proven breeders to new time breeding girls. I am in south Florida and our ac works like crazy to keep the cages cool. But its tough. I just switch everybody to 40watt heat bulbs and put just there heat on timers that have it come on in the morning and then off and on every 2 hours through out the day to see if that helps. But if anybody has any more suggestions im all ears!!!
Thanks
-Amy


   

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