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    hi all
    I have read that a cooling period of about 4-6 weeks at 8-10c can be used to induce breeding. I have seen my pair mating, but no eggs yet so i was wondering if maybe they do need to be condition into breeding?

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    T.c are picky. you need the right temps, humidity both terrestrially and ambient,
    the right UV lighting and the right food items; dusted properly etc. it's not just
    changing temps. besides, you know where they come from right? not much change their but only the addition of rain. i've noted that if the female doesn't get the right food each night, she won't lay.
    thnx,

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