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Old 04-12-2005, 12:51 AM   #1
Question Question about first time moms

We have one female who has never laid eggs prior to this year.She has had only one clutch this year.It wasn't fertile.We know first timers often lay unfertile eggs, so this wasn't a big surprise.Since laying them she has no signs of anouther clutch.It has been 5 weeks and there is no sign of any more eggs in her belly.She eats well (loves her mealies)and has had calcium suppliments as well as a dish of calcium avail 24/7.She was 68g. before breeding and a year and a half old.Is this normal ?? Everything we can find says possibly unfertile but mulitple clutches.
Old 04-12-2005, 01:25 AM   #2
Have you re-introduced the male since she laid?
Old 04-12-2005, 02:27 AM   #3
Manhattan Herps
Some first time females will also lay just one clutch, 2 of mine each layed one fertile clutch, im not sure how good re-introducing the male would be if she's not ovulating, if she is, she will have two pink spots in her belly, if you see that again, or if its still there, re-introduce the male and hope for the best

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