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Veiled Breeding Help!!

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Posted by: geckos_chams at Sun May 19 14:32:51 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by geckos_chams ]  
   

I have a pair of Veiled that are mature. I'm looking to breed them, but the female is constantly displaying her gravid colors. She's well fed, watered and has plenty of calcium. The temperature is ideal from 60 at night to 75-90 during the day, with plenty of air-circulation. She's 2 years old, and has laid infertile clutches before. She is currently in a tube cage that is 4ft tall and a 2ft diameter with cover and branches. She basks out doors.

I'm at a loss as I would like to breed them. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.


   

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