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  • #16
    Four eggs would only be two clutches Melanie. 3-4 clutches is not out of the question I wouldn't say--
    Meg
    THE GECKO ALCHEMIST
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    • #17
      4 clutches is normal for most females

      140 days 72-78 degrees
      -Justin-

      Leachianus - Chahoua - Ciliatus

      http://www.facebook.com/JTReptile

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      • #18
        I'm in love with those first two. Let me guess, those are your holdbacks?
        I gave my geckos up... but I want to come back :c

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        • #19
          so cute! congrats!!
          Stacy
          Gucci the Hairless Chinese Crested & Baldwin the Sphynx Cat

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          • #20
            Oh I want one so bad!!

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            • #21
              Where are the pictures of the other babies? Lets see some mass chewie pics please
              Meg
              THE GECKO ALCHEMIST
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              • #22
                Originally posted by meg90 View Post
                Four eggs would only be two clutches Melanie. 3-4 clutches is not out of the question I wouldn't say--
                It depends on the individual...our breeding female has only laid one clutch this season, and has been "building" up the 2nd clutch for 3.5 months now. She did the same last season. I think 4 clutches is just stellar, and very great for Justin.
                Kyle J. Salzmann
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                • #23
                  I am holding back one from the first clutch, and one from the second clutch:



                  AND

                  The white colored sides are very interesting in this one so I will just have to wait and see.



                  The first one looks some like the nice female I got from Steve:



                  Now (will be breeding next year (3 years old), I am pumped)



                  -Justin-

                  Leachianus - Chahoua - Ciliatus

                  http://www.facebook.com/JTReptile

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