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    Hello there,

    I was wondering if you guys keep a pair of pachydactylus rugosus together during breeding season or do you seperate them after introducing them together for mating?

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    I've successfully kept and bred them in both manners. I had a pair that was kept together thru cooling and then thru the entire breeding season - the female laid 16 eggs that season. Just keep them warm and well fed, and they'll do fine either way.

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    Thanks Jon, I will see how they will get along and seperate them if needed. Others?
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    I use to keep all my pachys alone and put them together only for mating several times during spring and summer

    My rugosus females began to lay dude eggs +/- 6 months after the last mating though (5-6 clutches)

    All the pachys females I've bred were never been good at sperm retention anyway
    But I can't say if it's a characteristic of the genus or just individuals/ caring

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geitje View Post
    I've successfully kept and bred them in both manners. I had a pair that was kept together thru cooling and then thru the entire breeding season - the female laid 16 eggs that season. Just keep them warm and well fed, and they'll do fine either way.

    Jon
    congrat brother for your succes breed it.

    may i grap it to try breed in indonesia

    regard

    reptilemaniac

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    First has been laid on january 18th from which one fertile egg. What is your experience with clutch intervals? She is getting big already again and I think she will drop me a second clutch any day now.
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