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    Default !! Is it too early to pair? !!

    Im near sothern oregon and i want to put a pair together tonight (virgin F, prooven M) is it too soon?
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    I'm in Kansas and our female at work (unpaired for 2+ years) is already gravid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CollieMonster View Post
    I'm in Kansas and our female at work (unpaired for 2+ years) is already gravid.
    Interesting! Anyone else pairng right now? Are you guys using lamps or just going for it?

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    Most owners pair up in late February - mid March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aalbertson3 View Post
    Most owners pair up in late February - mid March.
    Ok. Thank you! :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by aalbertson3 View Post
    Most owners pair up in late February - mid March.
    That's right, most owners, but not everybody. The best is to figure out what works for you! I
    You can start the season anytime, provided you are able to cycle properly.
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    I started last night and they mated.

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    I paired mine last night too, mainly because by September my gecko usually stops laying, and this year I would like more than 4 cluthes, so by pairing earlier I'm guessing it results in more eggs

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    I would pair now, but my female is still in quarantine.
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    Im waiting until february/march as my house is still too cold for breeding, and the outside temps were around 0 last week and in the 30's/40's this week.

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