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Posted by: shottz at Sat Feb 22 12:10:44 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by shottz ]  
   

Shes 5 years and have not seen eggs yet.. although shes never been around a male before people still tell me she would be having eggs still. I did some reading and read something about the males put out a waxy substance out of pores and this makes the female produce eggs. so there are 2 different theories going on, if shes never been around a male then I think its possible not to produce eggs. I know this is different but I had a female bearded dragon that was 7 years old, never produced eggs, put her in the same room as a male and she was dropping eggs within 2 months. I am thinking same concept here or she is an undercover male, which is a small change. if better pics are required I can get them, just let me know exactly what shot to get and consider it done! I'd rather not get a guaranteed male in for her unless I get this figured out.

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