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Posted by: happycamper06 at Thu Sep 14 14:30:16 2006   [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by happycamper06 ]  
   

is there any site or person in here that can give me a quick crash course in breeding boas? ive been to the boaphile site and read his techniques but for a newbie like me i couldnt really understand it all. im basically just looking for "do this at this time then do that and when this is done introduce the male to the female and wait this long before removing the male". yeah i know its a lot more technical and complex than that but you know what im meaning. snakes in question are two bci each one has uth warm side mid 80's low side low 80's room temp is usually high 70's low 80's. is cooling required? do i just unplug the female's uth and just let her assume the room temp? if that is the case do i need to drop the temp of the room/apt? do i need to have a timer set to a overhead light to give her/him the correct lighting schedule or is lighting an important factor? would enjoy getting advice and answers to these questions whether in part or full because im really wanting to be able to breed my boas this winter. thanks.


   

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