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    Default YES...Bruce has finally lost his virginity!!!


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    Just walked in on a magnificent sight (if you know what I mean!). Bruce and Sheila were mating! Managed to take a couple of shots from outside the temporary enclosure they are in. Not great, but I didn't want to take the lid off. You can just make them out through the plastic. Thankfully the camera didn't phase them one bit. Hopefully we'll be seeing some eggs soon and some little Cilliaris babies in a few months time :0)



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    yah go bruce...congrats.. its always cool seeing breeding cuz u know eggs will come next and then babies....let us know how it goes..
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    Thanks Jeff. I feel like throwing him a party!! Will certainly keep you posted on the egg situation.

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    Hope he didn't wear protection

    Congrats Sarah!

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    Cingrats!! I bet you're so excited.
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    Good lad !
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    Hehehe! I think he was pretty brave actually. Sheila must weigh at least twice what Brucey does, even though they are quite close in length. She is a year older than bruce, but she was cooled by her previous owner the first year so didn't grow as much as she should have done. That said though she is nice and healthy. Priscilla is also a year younger than Sheila and she is the same size as her now. It probably won't be long before she overtakes Sheila.

    I noticed yesterday before seeing Bruce having a bit of kinky fun with Sheila, that Priscilla is starting to look gravid. Could just be my imagination though. We'll see.

    Anyway, I'm over the moon. Was starting to think that Bruce was gay or something, so it's great to have seen him in action. Now all I've got to hope is that the females lay the eggs in the nest box! I'm guessing it can take a couple of goes before they get that bit right?

    I'm pretty sure that the Taens were at it again as soon as she laid the second clutch (she has marks where he grabbed the back of her neck), and she is eating like a pig again, so I guess she will be laying again in another couple of weeks! Yay!!

    May have lost the last three eggs that are in the incubator, as when I got home from work on Friday the thermometer said 31 degrees. I know that is within limits, but it will have been hotter than that at midday so I'm wondering if the eggs have been cooked. It's left me with a slight problem as it isn't even hot yet. It will get up to 45 degrees in the house in summer. I had it in a room with a lot of shade and the ceiling fan on, but even so, I'm sure it will have gone above 32 degrees. Oh well. You live and learn. Maybe they will still hatch.

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    I hope they hatch fine...45 degrees sounds hot!

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    You betcha. Really flipping hot and incredibly humid. Hate it. Really hate it. The native queenslanders love nothing better than to sit out in the sun and sweat like a pig all day. Well, that's a bit of a generalisation, but a lot of them do! Weirdos!!

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    Wow, that does actually sound weird. That actually sounds worst the Florida. Maybe they are trying to lose weight, heh!

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