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    Hey everyone,

    My female amyae shed last night and I noticed her stomach was a tad misshapen. So i took a closer look this morning and behold, I find 2 white eggs bulging from her belly. Could the shed last night have been her prelay shed? I first put the pair together at the beginning of January. How big do the eggs get? I feel like if a can clearly see them popping out then she must be really close to laying right? She still has her apetite though, although I did see a feeder left in her tank alive thia morning which is rare for her.
    1.1.0 Eublepharis macularius
    2.1.0 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
    1.1.0 Nephrurus amyae
    1.0.0 Nephrurus levis levis

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    Could be her prelay shed at all. When they paired up early in january she could be right before laying eggs: in general 6 weeks after mating.

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    Congrats man , feels like i just hatched her out not too long ago.

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    Her appetite will reduce as her stomach space is reduced due to the eggs developing.
    Offer smaller meals more often, until she lays.
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    Thanks for your input guys.
    1.1.0 Eublepharis macularius
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    1.1.0 Nephrurus amyae
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    Eggs! My female amyae laid 2 healthy fertile eggs on 02/21/2013! I'll post pics the next time I open the container to vent the eggs later this week. I was so excited that I forgot to take pics... This is going to be a long couple of months.
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    Great work!
    Make sure you keep the food up to her and dust the prey items more often. The first few days after egg laying are important.
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    Ya shes been eating like crazy. She had only lost 5g after laying, I was expecting a more drastic loss of weight.
    1.1.0 Eublepharis macularius
    2.1.0 Rhacodactylus ciliatus
    1.1.0 Nephrurus amyae
    1.0.0 Nephrurus levis levis

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    congrats on the eggs man , her mom is breeding again now .

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