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Posted by: kirby at Mon Feb 21 19:02:32 2005   [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by kirby ]  
   

1- When a male loses interest in a female that he has courted and actively tries to get out of the cage and breeds when introduced with another female, how often does the first female not become gravid.
2- What is the success rate with 1 male and 2 females together.
3- Is the body temp of gravid females always significantly elevated or does it depend on litter size or percentage of sluggs.
4- How often do you see males only court at night with no courtship during the day.
5 - Have you seen gravid females continuosly lying sideways when gravid or only at the end of gestation
6- have you seen a large female only ovulate on one side and have a smaller litter one year than another year when both sides ovulate?
There are many more questions but I was wondering if anyone is willing to share answers to thses questions.
Bill Kirby


   

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