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    Hello,
    Just wondering what I can do to have the highest chances of a breeding pair.

    I know about:
    -Introducing them in a new enclosure to minimize territory issues
    -Optimal humidity, lighting and temperature
    -That they are similar in size to prevent a dominant one
    -Many hides so they both have a location to feel safe
    -Both a year of age if not more and at their adult weight
    -Most of all that they are both healthy and eating right

    Anything else people can add that would be great thanks!

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    I think you have the key points down, most of the time when I introduce a pair they breed within the first 15 minutes. Just keep a close eye on them initially and do exactly as you stated above and you should be good. Don't forget to check your females calcium sacs first!

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    Should it be night or day?

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    I personally do night because that is when they are naturally active.

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