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Old 01-21-2004, 07:41 PM   #1
Question should have used birth!

okay first of all lemme just go ahead and admit this was my fault (given that im right and she was impregnated).

when i first got an albino of mine, i housed it with a male but they were so young i figured it was harmless. this female now weighs about 20 grams (way too small to breed by any standards) and im pretty sure she has two little tiny eggs sitting in her belly (imagine my surprise when i discovered them last night!!!)

my question is...

do leopard geckos lay slugs just because its breeding season?
can a 18 gram juvenille female get pregnant and actually have fertile eggs?

i'm pretty confused about all this... please help.
hopefully if she does lay eggs it wont take too much of a toll on her...
thanks in advance for any help or advice you may have.

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