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Posted by: pamnsam94 at Thu May 29 20:38:44 2014  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by pamnsam94 ]  
   

Thanks for the info Donna. That's what I expected. I wonder why though, in most instances, it seems people report that infertile eggs go bad and mold over within a few days. How can infertile eggs in some instances go so long (months in your situation) without going bad? It seems that mold spores are everywhere, but I expect at least some keepers would say mold spores were not as abundant in those situations. However, I expect there is something chemically different between some infertile eggs versus others. Just a hypothesis.

Yes, I do have another enclosure, and I keep telling myself I need to separate the males. Would you expect one of the males to turn on the other suddenly, as in overnight? Or, do you think I would notice a gradual increase of aggression? In any case, I know it's not worth taking any chance.

The person I bought them from at the end of February, from what I know anyway, is well respected among chuck keepers and kept them together in an outdoor enclosure for some time. However, they were not housed with a female. The suggestion was made however that it might be best if I were to separate them, not only because I would be putting them with my female, but also because they were being put into a new environment.


   

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