Pre lay to lay times

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  1. nasool

    nasool Not so new Member

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    Hi folks, just curious if any breeders have experienced longer than usual pre lay to lay times this season when compared to previous years?

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    Dunno yet. I'll keep ya posted;D
     
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    mine have either been spot on time or early - what species are you referring to?
     
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    mine always go longer then the books, each animals and species can vary.
     
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    Not mine but one of my best mates had pretty much all his go almost a week over, mixture of ants, aspidites and diff morelias all seemed to hang on longer than normal just curious if others had the same thing this season.
    Thanks for the replies :)

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    Both my olive and BHP went 5 days over.. an now i wait for the babies :) they better not go over in the incubator :p
     
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    i think "normal" can depend on a lot of factors and few days over or under doesnt mean much at all - healthy eggs and a healthy girl are all that can be hoped for!

    Good luck for your mate and his clutches.
     
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    I've had a much later than normal season and it continues at the moment. I think the pre lays were all about spot on though. I didn't write most of them down but off the top of my head I had eggs when I was expecting them.
     
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    It takes me months between..... oh, you mean snakes? my bad :lol:
     
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