Stimmies breeding this late?

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  1. craig.a.c

    craig.a.c Suspended Banned

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    I have noticed over the last week my stimmies have been doing the deed.
    They have never bred this late for me before.
    The last 2 times they bred the female layed the eggs about a month ago (none survived the incubation :( ).
    How late have snakes been known to breed past breeding season?
     
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    4 days and still no replies?

    Where are the "breeders" on this site??????????????????????????????
     
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    it may be because you think this site has a lack of useful information and the rest that i dont wanna repeat incase colin see's or they generally dont know the answer either way
     
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    i got no idea but i 2 would like 2 know
     
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    i have 1 female thats due to lay on the 15 of this month and another that just having her pre-lay shed now.

    both matted with in the normal season of april/may/june

    last season they both layed late as well, .... but .. again matted during the "normal" time
     
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    all the moderators saw the comment..

    I dont keep antaresia anymore but sounds pretty late in the season for them to me.. 90% of my carpets have already hatched and are feeding with a few clutches left to hatch..

    if they do lay craig ac why dont you try to incubate them and see what happens?
    has the female already ovulated? and if so how long ago?
     
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