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RE: Late Season Breeding Help

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Posted by: Bluerosy at Sun Jul 17 08:26:53 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Bluerosy ]  
   

Deinetly try. A lot of people are on their second clutches by this time. However some snakes are late breeders. it all depends on when the female ovulates. She may go in and out of ovulation. Best thing is to keep them together year round so you don't miss any possible breedings (when the female ovulates).

But if your snakes are not bonded (put together during winter) keep a close eye on them so they don't eat each other. You should make sure both the male and female is well fed (especially the female) and hope for the best. If you feed the female all she wants , that may trigger her ovulation.

Males sometimes to go off food during breeding season or when placed near a female. So if you male does not want to eat, that is a good sign.

Good luck and let us know what happens. But by all means it is not to late. I have clucthes year round becaue i keep my snakes housed communaully. So get breedings and clucthes in Dec-March. But mine hav been properly bonded.

Just feed the heck out of the female and don't fret if they freak out when introduced for the first time (usually teh male trying to get out of the cage) and allow them to settle down. keep an eye on them and feed them. You will probably get eggs within the next 30-60 days.



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