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RE: Mating or Agression in P. Laticauda Laticauda

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Posted by: tazziesmommy at Tue Nov 15 17:39:04 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by tazziesmommy ]  
   

Thanks so much for your response and your kind words about Athena. I miss her so much. She was the greatest gecko - with a sweet and playful personality. She was really vocal too. Always "talking" to Zeus - her mate. Every time I see Zeus going to her favorite bamboo tube, carefully peeking inside and calling for her, I get really sad. It's hard.

I tried taking pictures of the lats through the glass, but they didn't turn out. I don't want to stress them out any more than I have to so I am not going to try and catch them. It probably is a male and female though, because the male's pores are pretty evident, but not the other one. I'm just used to bigger geckos and lizards, where it is much more apparent! I don't know if it's time or the extra plants and stuff, but the male is mellowing out a bit. Hopefully I won't have to separate them.

Thanks again,
Lisa


   

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