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RE: Eastern Indigo Breeding

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Posted by: MikesExotics1 at Sun Mar 11 00:35:33 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by MikesExotics1 ]  
   

Thank you Vic and Gale for sharing your experiences. Definitely very helpful information. I put my indigos together several days ago and they started breeding instantly (not sure if they actually copulated though). After they departed from one another I separated them. Then a day later I put them together again and once again they attempted to breed. Afterwards, I separated them again. The third time I placed them together, however, they didn't show much interest so I left them together over night. I'll probably wait wait another day and then separate them.

Does anyone have any tips or advice to help reduce the risk of cannibalism? Can anyone speak about their experience regarding which temperatures and humidity levels help induce breeding the most?

Thanks,
Mike
www.mikesreptiles.webs.com


   

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